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... of my favourite authors set one of his recent novels there, so my interest was piqued. It turned out to be OK. I wouldn't rave about it. Maybe I've just seen so much recently that the Palace didn't come across as all that impressive, or maybe it was just that the decorated rooms lack an impact with all the trappings and furniture removed. The harem section only contained one impressive room of the twenty or so I wandered through. ...
... to spend a lot of time fishing as they have a large polystyrene box full of ice and fish in a bag inside. They offered us breakfast, we have already eaten but take some bread and cheese to be polite and wash it down with our tea. They invited us to join them later for some grilled fish, we explained that we were moving away today, and thanked them for the kind offer. At about 11.00ish we left for the apartment, it took us a while to find exactly where it was! We drove ...
... alike. The museum features many pieces from all through Turkeys rich history from the world wars to the Byzantine era. After the museum I made the short walk to the hotel, then some dinner at the buffet restaurant. I had a nice kofte dish for a reasonable 14 lira. Many of the restaurants have reasonable prices for dishes which fill you up no matter your hunger. ...
... the continent of Asia, just across the water. We had a couple of day rooms for the group at a hotel, and we managed to get a room to ourselves and within seconds we were both passed out on the bed for the next 3 hours.
We caught a tram to our hostel, Sultan Hostel, in the heart of Sultanahmet, one of the main touristy areas of Istanbul. We passed by expensive looking restaurants, all with touts tempting us with discounts, free wifi and expensive beer, ...
... situated across from the Blue mosque was also very beautifully designed with its mosaic art, huge marble urns and doors.
The Spice markets narrow corridors, vibrant colours, and crowds is an experience I will never forget. Turkish tea sets, lamps, jewelery and of course, spices, as the name of the market suggests, are beautifully displayed at each stall.
The Grand Bizarre was very similar, but on a much much larger scale. Very overwhelming but with an ...