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... bank of the Bospherous. We could see a mosque on the other side and, having no orientation in this city yet, became very excited that it was the Blue Mosque. But on reflection (and examining the map), we noticed several impressive looking mosques in the vicinity and now doubt this one is significant. But to us, it gave the impression of the quintessential picture of Istanbul, and we felt as if we'd arrived. It's interesting how much more settled you ...
... has largely cleared out compared to numbers at 1100. The lounge has a grand piano, a pool table and an F1 type game for kids ie very nice. The decor has echoes of the Ottoman Empire with its arches.
Haven't decide about the blog yet, be it traditional morning to night detail or sundry themes in the course of the day ie the hotel, some attractions, dinner repast, the weather, animals, etc. It's a work in project and might vary day to day.
... to toe in hijabs and veils. There was also a distinct Mediterranean flavor, with the charming seaside neighborhoods and food (dates, figs, olives, etc...)
Istanbul's neighborhoods each have their own character and attractions, similar to NYC. Most of the historic sites are concentrated in one ...
... shock to our systems after months of Australian winter. After checking out a nearby, swanky shopping centre, we ventured to Chinatown. This was a cool part of town with lots of cheap buys. We found a cheap restaurant to eat some dinner and then it was back to the airport for flight number two. After such a long day in the heat and humidity, we were both exhausted and managed to get a relatively solid eight hour sleep on the flight from Singapore ...
... gut had its way. The tower provides spectacular 360 degree views of Istanbul. I'm not sure that the photos do it justice. Back down to Earth and I walked across Galata bridge to the spice bazaar. An amazing mix of sights and smells. I found a great bakery where I was able to sit up on the first floor and watch the world go past as I ate lunch. I suppose the one thing you can say about Istanbul is that ...