Green Park Bostanci
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Our first day full day in Istanbul was a busy one. We had decided to follow an Itinerary that we'd found online. That morning we went out for breakfast on Taksim square. I had a Turkish breakfast and Lily had eggs with Turkish sausage. My breakfast consisted of cheese, olives, a cucumber and tomato salad, beef ham and a selection of condiments. Needless to say we didn't eat again for a while. While we were eating the waiter put two kittens on the table to play. ...
... market, it is probably 1/2 a mile in length and spills out into neighbouring streets, you can buy everything you need, clothes. shoes, household, food and spices. It is very busy, the stall holders are all calling out with their offers, before we reach the end we escape the crowds onto another street and head back. Back at the clean apartment we research Internet packaged in Greece and pack up some of our ...
... was a little surreal to see the same ship that we sailed on for two weeks in Baltic. What an interesting coincidence. That day was spent catching up on homework, journaling, laundry, and getting Sam Jackson a haircut. Frankly, we need a "down day." But since we had some time to spare that afternoon, we decided to partake in one final local tradition: the Turkish bath…! Cem had recommended a good Haman (Turkish bath) nearby called Kilic Ali Pasa Hamam. They ...
... the Blue Mosque from the outside. We didn't get to see the inside because it was a special holy day, normally we would've gotten to go inside. It is huge and beautiful. It was built in the 17th century by Sultan Ahmet I. We then went to the Hippodrome where we saw the German Fountain, the Serpentine Column, and the Obelisk of Theodosius. Unfortunately we didn't get pics of these because it was raining. Next we went into the ...
... docks. The docks were way out of town and were, as one could imagine, very very busy, container trucks going in every direction; without the agent being with us we would never got anywhere. There were lots of conversations and discussions between our agent and another one, who I think was from the shipping company. They disappeared off with my passport and a bunch of our car papers and after a very long wait a ...