Avantgarde Taksim Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... They had a number of dishes being prepared there but if you wanted kebabs they brought them from across the street. This area of Isstanbul is suffering from a severe water shortage so there were no functional bathrooms in any of the restaurants and as we left they were delivering water to the restaurant from a large tanker.
After lunch we continued walking through the neighborhood and did a little shopping ...
... those on later flights. Most of the group are now assembled - 60 ish people many of whom are repeat customers for Captains Choice - a pretty good recommendation for the company. Enjoyed the group dinner but have now retreated to the room for an early night - Ros still hard at ...
... scones and cookies, homemade apricot jam and tapinade, honey, bread, tomato, cucumber, olives, tea, Turkish coffee. We walked uphill to visit the archeology museum and the ethnography museum (wonderful garden). We took a dolmus for a 1/2 hour ride to Hamsilas, a park by the water that was OK. We watched a couple having their bridal photos taken, witnessed by a dog. The best part of the visit was walking back along the road that the ...
... tea watching the world go by and play the odd game of backgammon. The people are generally very friendly though. The owner of our hotel could not have been more genuine and welcoming, and helped us arrange a couple of tours and a Turkish bath which Alex enjoyed so much he went twice.
There are cats everywhere, and I mean everywhere. Kittens too. We had a little cat family on our hotel roof terrace in Istanbul. We decided to name them Maximus, ...
... and meat market. We had what tasted like a mild potato soup with kebab for the main meal. Of course it was amazing. Followed by the best baklava I have ever had in my entire life. Also our tour guide bought us all flower headbands that they sell at the street vendors!
Then we headed on over to the Topkapi Palace where the sultans used to live. Ataturk (Turkey's main man) declared this palace and Hagia Sophia museums in order to unify the country and move away from ...