The Golden Horn Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Helena arrived this morning! YAY! I have company. We had breaky together, up on the 6th floor of the hotel over looking Istanbul. Very nice.
Needed to keep Helena awake today so we headed off to Suleymaniye Mosque via the Spice Bazaar. It was a bit of a hike uphill, but nice gardens surrounding it when we got there. This is one of the …
So my day started at midnight, due to some fellow travellers deciding to have a rooftop party. Nothing in particular wrong with that, but they were sitting above my room and moving furniture around which was right above my head. In addition, they were using the toilet on the 4th floor right next to my bed and the plumbing is noisy! At 2 am I went …
We've arrived safe and sound just a little weary but excited. Well after 26 hours in airports or on aeroplane we finally reached Istanbul. Daze had a very enjoyable flight me on the other hand got sick because been a traveller and all I forgot my pressure point thingies and also my motion sickness tablet oh we had themokk but they were in Daz's …
We had an absolutely horrible bus trip into Istanbul, having a 2 hour stop over to get our passports checked. Although Ivan had a very nice Geish pillow whist Vlad was very restless. We arrived in the biggest bus station in the Universe. We got off and the bus driver said, "so long and thanks for all the fish!!" Istanbul at 5 am is looking at an …
... and elsewhere occurred while we travelled in Istanbul – including spontaneous protesting chants nightly at 9PM. We tried to stay abreast of developments via internet, but many reports were blocked, and the local press is censored. We settled for learning about events from fellow travelers and our accommodation hosts.
During the latter part of our trip, a sole protester who is a visual artist stood silently in ...