The Green Park Hotel Merter
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to love cats here and everyone leaves out food and shelters for them on the street.
We said goodbye to kittens and made our way to the Tram station. After some confusion we boarded and set off the Eminonu. Here we explored Yeni Camii, or new mosque, which is almost 400 years old, then went into the spice bazaar. It was crowded inside but not overwhelmingly so, and the shopkeepers weren't too pushy. The various shops sold mountains of spices and herbs, ...
Breakfast on the sixth floor of the hotel (where my brother and sister-in-law stayed two years ago) and looking out at the blue Mosque across the road. A rather special sight and a lovely Turkish breakfast.
The electricity went off at 9.00am and wasn't due back on until mid-day, which must make it hard to run a hotel! Don't know what the reason was.
We walked down a few streets to the Grand Bazaar which was closed, probably because it's ...
... at 2:30m and men at 4:30pm, so Caroline and Catherine went first. When it was the boys' turn, Sam Jackson and I were welcomed by the Camegah with a refreshment as we walked into the lounge. We were guided to the dressing rooms to don our Peştemal (the classic cotton Hamam wrap). We were then escorted by our bathing attendant into the spa area where we initially sat down on a Kurna, a heated marble seat where the attendant poured warm water on our heads. We ...
... It was built in the 6th century by the Byzantine Emperor Justinian. It's the size of a cathedral and could hold 2,800,000 cubic feet of water. It's supported by a forest of 336 columns. There's only a few feet of water in it today, along with some really big fish. It was really amazing down there. Originally, water traveled 12 miles from the Belgrade Forest, through aqua ducts and a filtration system for the Great Palace ...
... white Audi Q3 appeared. The customs had a quick look and after that we were good to go; well at least a few hundred metres since the car had to have no petrol in to be shipped so we weren't going to get far. The agent had been to the garage and got some petrol for us, amazingly in a large water bottle, which promptly leaked and melted the surface on the outside.... I have to say I was worried it would melt the ...