BEST WESTERN Amber Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the Topkapi Palace which is now a museum and we were able to see many of the wonderful treasures on display there. From here we were able to walk to the famous St Sofia which is no longer a church but has been nominated as the 8th wonder of the world by many historians. It certainly is a beautiful building. Lunch was at one of the little restaurants that surrounded the area and then it was off to visit the Blue Mosque. I think everyone who visits Istanbul ...
... Turkish meal (which contained a lot of bread and chickpeas). Really good fun, more so for the adults than the boys but they did well!
Finally a note on Turkish coffee - its very strong, very sludgy and really only drinkable with a reasonable amount of sugar. Its hits the spot when you realise that your headache is not from being out in the sun but caffeine withdrawal.
Having survived the scary taxi ride (120km in an 80km zone) we're off to Sri Lanka ...
... trip. As our rooms weren't ready we went for a walk and found a beautiful Gulhane park just near our hotel. It was originally part of the grounds of the Topkapi Palace, back in 1912 they opened it as a public park. They take so much pride in their parks, magnificent grounds, beautiful annuals, fountains, very green and treed, 163 acres. As we had a very early breakfast today we stopped for a lovely Turkish meal before checking in at our hotel. We spent ...
... delicious. Max is given so many treats just for being the cute little guy that he is that his parents have started giving him one TL for every piece of candy so he took the money he earned from selling his candy and bought a puzzle, a bow and arrow and some super heroes. He has one lira left to give away to someone who needs it. On our way back from the market, we again had to walk in the rain. I am so glad that I packed ...
... the back of the boat. Noted three things: 1. They drive their boats on the river like they drive on the roads all over the place and tooting. 2. It is a clean city. 3. Bottled water is sold everywhere including the side walks ranging from 2 to 7 Lirasi at the Blue Mosque (must be holier water). Temperature 33 - had pizza in room went to bed around 9 ...