Assos Hotel Istanbul
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... huge urban agglomeration straddling the Bosporous one of the busiest waterways in the world. 14.1 million people live in Istanbul making it the fifth largest city. Part Asian, part European its position on the Silk Road has always made it a successful trading centre and one of the most important cities (as Constantinople) in history. It has served as the capital of four empires - Roman, Byzantine, Latin and Ottoman and although Ankara is now the capital of Turkey ...
... and double the size of the night before, which left us regretting not sharing just one serving. After that we walked back to the hostel, stopping at a shop where I got dad a coffee pot and some Turkish coffee. We relaxed for a while more (a very long while) and eventually wandered out again for dinner. We walked around the area for ages and ages and down some strange shopping street we'd never known existed where Nim ...
We've begun! After a whole bunch of planning, saving, and dreaming, we're on our way (woop woop!)
Of course any epic trip must commence with a lengthy flight, and our Perth-Doha-Istanbul flights really delivered. Trying to sleep on the 11 hours to Doha was difficult and verging on impossible. Nonetheless we made it to Doha at 5am and waited in the airport for 2 hours for the change to Istanbul, with me for the whole 2 hours refusing to buy Aranaea some water as ...
Today we headed up the Bosporus and Golden Horn on boats to have a look at the sights - a 4 hour tour that took 6 hours which apparently is entirely normal. Lots of sights to be seen-late era Ottoman palaces, random castles, beautiful villas and many ...
... it looks like they'll hit one another until you realize they've all got their course charted. Then enter the tour boats and boats headed to the Galata Bridge up the Golden Horn. Not so sure about their course. The other day one passed about 20 yards in front of us. I just chose not to think about it in true Mom fashion, and we all made it fine. Pete and I have managed the ferries on our own so we're comfortable going across to the European side, where most of the ...