Boutique St Sophia Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I initially asked for a cortado (coffee with a little milk), but he didn't really know what that was. So I said, "Ok, traditional turkish coffee" and he brightened up a little. Then I changed seats about 3 times and all the waiters were kind in getting my treats to me. The Turkish Delight was interesting and worth the adventure. The Turkish coffee on the other hand… AWFUL! I don't know if anyone actually drinks that stuff, but wow, what a flavor! And not a good ...
My visit to Turkey coincided with Eid-al-Adha, one of the most important festivals in the Islamic calendar. It is a happy occasion in which Muslims pray together, meet with friends and family, exchange gifts and donate to the less fortunate. The impact to the tourist.....well it means a large majority of shops and bazaars are shut for 4 days. It started on Saturday 4 October, which meant I had to get in a lot of sight seeing on my 2nd day - Friday. I was supposed to be ...
... rather than watch a third movie, I'll use this opportunity to chat about my experience on the Silk Route cycling expedition.
I learned firsthand how much the human body and mind are capable when put to extreme tests (extreme compared to commuting to work by bike) . The character in the movie was put to a monstrous test not of his choosing. I chose to test my physical endurance over four weeks of cycling in the heat and over mountain passes. Most of ...
... we spoke to were very happy with the rain. There is a huge water shortage and restrictions are put on its use in times of drought.
Because of the rain, we took a taxi to Otel Oz Yusuf, near the Topkapi 23rd gate. Not to be confused with Topkapi Palace, in Sultanahmet, a totally different area. We moved the night before our flight to a hotel closer to the airport and adjacent to the metro which runs to the airport. We ...
... the Hippodrome, Grand Bazaar and Spice Market. We visited our guides cousins store (always family connections!) he offered to try many different Turkish delights the real stuff is so much nicer some with pistachios and nougat. We bought some fresh pistachios, almonds, apricots and dates...very good! Our guide Camil took us to the best kebab shop for lunch. We ...