Aquarium Hotel Istanbul
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAquarium Hotel Istanbul
This family owned hotel is situated in a side street in Sultanahmet near the "Gülhane" Tram Station and in walking distance to Ayasofia, the blue mosque and Topkapi Palace.
The staff was really friendly, and "Babba" speaks fluently German.
The room was small but tiedy with a private bath. Unfortunatly one could hear all the noise from downstairs through the staircase - but considering the fact I always was tired, when beeing in my room it didn't keep me from sleeping well at all.
The turkish breakfast served on top of the building was very basic but good and adequate.
There is an internet cafe (in the basement of a souvenir shop) up the street from the Hotel which I thought was too expensive.
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... How long were we in that store for? Thigns were starting to get funny and fuzzy at the same time.
Bec and I start racing through the rain hiding under her scarf, whilst the boys are running behind us ducking and weaving through the crowds from the rain. We find an inviting irish pub, with an inside table and warmth, so we practically dive for the dry and comfortable booth staring at us and we order the next round of drinks. We find ourselves indulging ...
... of cold water and splashed it all
over many times….. head out where I was greeted again by my big fat mate and he
proceeded to take my sarong and wrap me in towels… I quickly head back to the
room to change then make my escape to find Lisa… regroup and swap stories then
off we go back to the car fresh and very clean. Lisa’s story was much nicer to
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... the exhibits which included several hundred clocks given as gifts. Apparently, one of the sultans enjoyed clocks and so it became the gift to give when ambassadors came from other countries. We also toured the Arsenal which had swords, daggers, bows and arrows and rifles from approximately 400 years of history. Nate and I were blown away by a Hungarian sword on display; it was probably 3½ feet long. I’m not sure how strong one would ...
... self-important in their fluoros, competing taxi drivers who won't back down when head-to-head on a narrow Sultanahmet street, religious types in immaculate white robes, and those who work the lanes with hand trolleys full of rubbish, mobile kitchens with charcoal braziers, and knife sharpeners with foot-treadles to drive their old heavy grinding wheels. But street scenes are busy and good- ...
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