Elite Hotel Kucukyali
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... the interior surfaces. Tonight was the farewell dinner. We went to a big Turkish restaurant that was decorated with red velvet, balconies and chandeliers. The floor show was quite an experience, with several belly dancers, Turkish folk dancers and a singer/ comedian who could sing in different languages, according to the nationalities of the people in the audience. It was most entertaining and a good way to finish this ...
... t take more than a few steps without someone trying to get you in their shop, shoving something in your face or moving directly in front of you with their goods they want you to buy. It got a bit much after a while. It wasn't like that at the spice markets which is probably why I enjoyed it more. We then wandered around the streets for a few more hours just taking in the sites and watching all the people go by in their everyday ...
... also had a gorgeous display of antique jewelry! Mom found quite the treasure and I will share as soon as pictures are available. After chatting with Paul for over an hour and a half, we walked around some of the other shops. The first stop was a bathroom outside one of the exits. You had to pay 1 Turkish lira but it was well worth it for the cleanlisness and nice sink to wash in afterwards. Mom and Pat got ...
... side, our hostel told us we couldn't check in yet, so we decided to head up to Çamlica Hill, the highest point in Istanbul. It's a relatively straightforward walk from our hostel, but took a good two hours with a stop on the way. It's nice for views, but you would certainly not be remiss if you skipped it. Anyway, it was good exercise.
Far better was a trip to one of the Princes' Islands, just off the Asian coast. We ...
... our bill and headed to the elevator. (Those people really need to help Americans with their elevators) We got in and pressed “1” and when the elevator stopped we stood there for several minutes before we remembered that we needed to push the door open, which we then did but it sure didn't look like the floor we came in on. Then we remembered we needed to push the zero button. Correction made and we headed back to the tram stop. Now we needed to get ...
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