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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... though his English was not that amazing. I found the same when I was lost trying to come back to Sisli in the evening when everything was dark. I asked several people and I never felt worried that they would make any attempt at doing me wrong. They almost all had as horrible sense of direction as I do of reading maps (which is why I was lost in the first place). Three different people told me I was in three different spots on my map. Even when I was losing my wits and ...
... the heat an chaos strike. Taxis and people everywhere. I'm looking for the "Havatas" airport shuttle going to the Taksim square approx. 40 min. Due to rush hour and an extreme number of cars in the street - further delayed!
Taksim square and I jump onto the historical tram running the streets of Istiklal Caddesi, taking me to ...
The mission of today was to find a non- dodgy Bosphorous boat cruise! Leaving at 10.30am (I think we have beaten the jet lag finally!) we walked down to the ferry docks and looked at every option available- it seemed the next one would be leaving in 4 hours- and we really didn't want to wait that long. All morning we had people coming up to us to try and sell the Bosphorus boat cruise, however we had read online that it was best to take the normal ferry- what ...
... but very enjoyable. We stayed in a lovely guesthouse near the marina with a gorgeous view of Fethiye Bay. Cam and I found a beautiful restaurant where we dined on anchovies wrapped around olives, stuffed mushrooms, beans and Turkish rice and rice puddin' for dessert. The next morning we woke up, dragged our backpacks and Cam's surfboard bag full of Kombi parts, down to the marina and straight on to a Turkish gulet for four days. Gulets are old wooden boats with redundant ...
... glass in pretty patterns. It carried on upstairs - there was a viewing area all around the top so you could look down into the huge hall. Around the walls on this upper level were several falling-apart mosaics of Jesus, Mary and others. It was really nice. Outside, the walls were covered in cats! There seem to be a lot of homeless (?) cats roaming around, but all looking fat and shiny. I headed back up to the Grand Bazaar for some more shopping, then didn't do much else all ...