The Green Park Hotel Merter
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Merhabar After leaving Side and the lovely Swedes behind, we took a very long bus ride to Ayvalik on the western coast of Turkey. We stayed a night there in the very cute seaside town with cute cobblestoned streets and markets. We had great food and really enjoyed the town. From there we went to Çanakkale, a short ferry ride from the Gallipoli peninsular. We took a tour around the battlefields and ...
... to wander around without
a map. Our ship didn't depart until 10:30pm so we had a feast of
city night lights as well, providing we could stay awake long enough.
We will be back here on our Black Sea cruise in a week or so. I was
pleasantly surprised with the size of the crowds at both the mosque
sites and the bazaar, ie, we weren't trampled, and it is a CLEAN
city. It puts Italy to shame. The weather continues to surpass all
expectations with 24d ...
We arrived in Istanbul this morning...what a beautiful city! We are staying at the Divan which is a fabulous hotel located in Taksim Square. Istanbul is a city of 15 million people most of which are under 34 yrs old. It is the only city in the world that is located on 2 continents, both Europe and Asia however the city is separated by the Bosphorus River which runs between the Black Sea and the Marmara Sea. Our first day we just walked around and got oriented then took the funicular down ...
... From the courtyard, it was possible a series of museum exhibits in the surrounding rooms. The Diamond in the treasury collection was particularly impressive, but there was only so many museum exhibits that we could deal with. We continued further into the palace and enjoyed the views across the Bosphorus, as well as a series of lavishly decorated rooms before attempting one final museum exhibit - a collection of the prophet Muhammad's possessions. ...
... br> The Grand Bazaar was surprisingly shut too, probably the only day it ever does. I found another money exchange so went ahead as I needed to eat and was too scared to spend on my last 15 Lira.
As most places were shut I was able to look more at ...