Golden Crown Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... croissants. Chris must not have realized what he ordered bc his face was priceless when fried eggs were placed in front of him. He's not a fan of runny yolks, so we switched & he ate my omelette instead. Now we are relaxing in the Turkish Airlines Lounge. It's beautiful. A self-playing grand piano is serenading us. I tried Coca-cola Light from a pink can. There's a ton of food here but I cannot eat another bite! I'm having so much fun already, and I haven't even left the ...
... Sue wanted to see more of the old town that is across the other side of The Bosphorus (Sue - it's actually across a stretch of water called The Golden Horn but still on the European side. Typical JY - and he doesn't even have the excuse of gloves interfering with his left-handed sense of direction.) That gives us another opportunity to explore The Grand Bazaar with it's 5000 shops and crowds and crowds of people. After wandering the old streets we finished up at the ...
Today we tried to kill time before our plane at 6.30pm to cappadoccia. We went into a traditional tea house which served the most phenomenal deserts if ever seen. We shared a few things with tea before we went to a deserted palace called hafis mustafa and then we headed back to the hostel to get ready for our flight. The flight was so quick and when we got off we literally found a transfer in about 5 minutes which was so easy, we were shocked at how well it all turned ...
... century Genoese tower for some amazing views of the city! By then we were exhausted, so we hopped on a tram back to our hotel area. Finished it up with dinner on a rooftop restaurant overlooking the Sea of Marmara. After resting our feet, I think a stroll for dessert is definitely in order! Tomorrow the plan is to take an all day ferrry cruise up the Bosphorous to the end of the line, in ...
... in Mulwala.
Our final day in Istanbul was spent cruising the Bosphorus river with some of our new friends and a trip to the Grand Bazzar markets where we broke a few Turkish blokes hearts because we didn't buy their carpet or imitation leather wallet. We then had an amazing meal with every dish and drink served with a celebration, circus trick or fire works.
Off to Olympos tomorrow, the land of the hippies apparently.
Chris and ...