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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... which is connected by the Dardanelles to the Aegean Sea, and thereby to the Mediterranean Sea.
Grand Bazaar: One of the largest coved markets in world with 58 street and 4000 shops.
Taksim Square & Istiklal Street: Famous shopping district located at European part, it is where you should not leave Istanbul without seeing.
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... Istanbul, food was great, soup and a meal that usually consists of fried vegetables such as eggplant (aubergine) and peppers or potatoes served with yogurt and tomato sauce is about $3.50.
Turkish breakfast is very typical and is usually made up of bread, butter, olives, eggs, tomatoes, cucumbers, jam, honey and cheese. At hostels you usually get a mix of this and at hotels it is served as a buffet. Even McDonal’s serve a Turkish breakfast with egg, tomato, bread and ...
... to the Topkapi Palace. Admission was too expensive and we didn't really feel like walking around a museum today, so we checked out the Palace grounds instead. We were able to admire many healthy stray dogs and the exterior of the sacred Hagia Irene on the same grounds.
After a small walk we stopped in at a tiny cafe for a quick lunch behind the Hagia Sophia. We ordered gozleme and kofte meat balls. Everything was yummy, and there was a comical addition of ...
... water in hard times. It is able to store up to 80,000 cubic meters of water. The supporting pillars are all lit up, making dazzling reflections in the water. Two of the pillars are resting on a stone sculpture of medusa's snake infested head. Legend is that if you look into her eyes you will turn to stone. Lucky we didn't look her in the eyes. To finish the day we made a visit to the Turkish baths. They were very overpriced and touristy, but worth the cultural ...
... Han. It's an oversized hole in the wall on the corner of a street selling foot-long chicken sandwiches (lunch) and chicken pitas (dinner) for 3 TL apiece. For both of us, and for both lunch and dinner, total main meal cost was 12 TL... $6! We were so pumped. I saved it to my navigation map before we even left the street. Portakal suyu (fresh squeezed orange juice) was the drink of choice for lunch, and for dinner we struck out again and ...