Hotel Bulvar Palas
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... to mention costly to get there. We had the opposite experience. An Australian visitor had left clear instructions and directions "How to get to Istanbul", on the camp noticeboard. We followed them and with help from friendly locals bought the Istanbul transport cards, hopped on bus 151 and enjoyed a 40minute ride to the metro station for €0,75. We descended to the metro line. Flashed the magic card and a further €0,75 ...
... normal;">I also visited a dervish lodge, now a museum, where these followers of the Sufism sect of Islam lived until it was outlawed by the Turkish government in the 1920s. Dave didn't fancy it so looked round the attached historic graveyard while waiting for me. It was interesting to read the given information, see the artifacts from their daily lives (which included musical instruments, turbans, cooking utensils, coffee-making and serving utensils and walking sticks the dervishes ...
... hostel to the Ayasofya Hammam - it was absolutely amazing. Once getting past being naked and my lady leading me everywhere by holding my hand, I really enjoyed this experience. They washed me, scrubbed me, gave me a massage with bubble bath, washed my hair and my body- I feel so amazingly clean and so relaxed after the drama earlier. I then walked around the Sultanahmet ...
... was on offer!
When we finally made it to our hotel, we unpacked a bit and then checked out our view... which consisted of a building which was in the process of getting demolished... not very exciting stuff! Probably the most ridiculous view we have ever had- but at least the location was good!
We then walked around the Old City and went to check out the Blue Mosque ...
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Istanbul has lots of kittens roaming around the city. They are pretty cute, they get fed by the people and even provided with fresh water. There are also a few street dogs. They all seem very healthy, friendly and well behaved.