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We landed on the Asian side of Turkey late at night. Expecting this we got the hostel to send someone to come pick us up. It was cool to see someone waving a sign with our names on it like you see in the movies. It was a good thing too because the drive to the hostel was about an hour through crazy traffic. We got to our hostel tired and ready for bed. It wasn't until the morning that we noticed how bad our hostel really was. It smelled like dirty wet mold, the paint ...
... Palace from the river. The cruise took us further upstream past the impressive Ciragan Palace where a posh shindig was in progress. then under the Bospherous Bridge a suspension bridge that connects the European part of Istanbul with the Asian side. It had just had its colour-changing lights switched on as darkness eventually fell. Adjacent to the bridge the Orkatoy Mosque stood out like an orange beacon beautifully lit in the gloom. Just after ...
... There was also lots of history here. I looked around, then left and got some lunch. Heading to my next destination i got dragged into a carpet shop, but this one had nothing i liked. I then got out of the carpet shop and headed to the Mosaic museum.
This museum was in a small bazaar, so i had a look in here and then went to the museum – included in the city card. I had a quick look at the ...
... little over $50 a day for those 35 days, including tolls, ferries, parking, diesel, insurance, our Tom-Tom, etc .The freedom it gave us is irreplaceable. That’s much less than joining a multi-day tour with a group and we have a problem keeping the same pace as a 'group’. Sometimes, we will join a day tour or rent the audio guides at some sites. For us in Turkey, a good guide book and a Tom-Tom was all we wanted and all we ...
... taxi to the ticket office, spotting that the city was now splashed with giant red flags. When the taxi pulled to the side, we got out into an eerie silence and stillness. This buzzing active city was literally frozen in time like a photograph. Not a thing was moving; drivers were standing to attention beside their cars in the middle of the road, people had come out of their shops and like statues, stared at the red flags. Our driver quickly stood aside his open door, even ...