The Golden Horn Hotel
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Still in Istanbul today, although it's a free day so we get to do whatever we like today, I ran into Tall Ryan as I was heading off to breakfast and he said he and Meg were going to be heading to the Grand Bazaar which is basically a massive market containing about 4,000 individual shops. I joined up with them both and we made our way to the market …
This morning will be a guided walking tour of some of the local sites in Istanbul, I got downstairs after waking, showering and skipping breakfast as I'm still trying to get over this flu and needed the extra sleep, can't really speak much today as my throat is really sore when I talk. Upon arriving downstairs I found that Te tour was going to be a …
Another long day of travel, but by now 5 hours actually doesn't seem that long, especially when we aren't the ones driving, today we head from Gallipoli to Istanbul. We will also get Conner and Imogen back today who will be flying back from Egypt. After a long day of driving we arrived in Istanbul. A very large city with officially about 14 million …
... there, it will be well worth it! When that was all booked and sorted we went for a walk and wandered through some residential streets near our area and came out by the sea. We walked along the waterfront for a while, by the rocks, past the guy in his tightie whities washing his clothes in the ocean, and past the cute cats and kittens feasting on a pile of raw meats someone had given them and kept walking until we came to Park Gulhane. We started walking through the park ...
... a decent photo of those. I might go back through my pictures tomorrow and see if I can find a halfway decent one to pop in.
After Hagia Sophia, we traveled to the Grand Bazaar. This is a VERY famous shopping mall that was set up in 1453...so 30 some years before Christopher Columbus set sail and discovered America.
There are 21 gates (entrances) to the Grand Bazaar, 12 inns and 66 streets. Over 30,000 people work in the ...