Avantgarde Taksim Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... anticipated a quiet and early night in preparation for an early departure. Well, the motor-bike man came back from a day trip to Istanbul. He had bought Dave some Efes beers to reciprocate for the night before. Then the friendly Czech couple came over to share some of their experiences in Bulgaria, which they know well. Needless to say it was well after midnight when we turned in. Our gathering also scared the cats ...
... color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8px; line-height: normal;">We headed back to the hostel then to have a bit of a rest. On the way there we stopped for some corn-on-the-cob at one of the many street sellers who sell them. Each stall has a massive vat of boiled ones in water, and a grill with a pile of pre-grilled ones next to it. It also has a metal tray of cooked chestnuts.
... it was an interesting mix. This was quite an old dilapidated area and there was a lot of renovation taking place. Across the river we found the spice market, with shop after shop of colourful spices, sweets and figs on display. From here we continued to walk uphill until we found the Grand Bazaar. Covering 61 streets and employing about 33,000 people, the Grand Bazaar is an amazing relic of the past. With shop after shop of bags, tourist ...
Day 1 in Istanbul: we all arrived in a fairly sleepy state and made our way to the "new town" section of Istanbul by mid morning. We walked through the laneways and one of the popular restaurant districts for a few hours to take in the sights for the ...
... that people in Turkey believe that the first Sultan’s were very focused on the welfare of their people and the strength of the empire was important to them, but the last few Sultans were only concerned with themselves so it was no surprise when they were forced out of power.
After touring Küçüksu Palace we cruised the rest of the way back on the Bosphorous and finished our morning back at the marina, very close to the famous Galata Bridge which spans from ...