Hotel Bulvar Palas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... great quality.
Night food was a little place around the corner, Karakoy Lokantasi, short on air con but plenty yum to eat!
Friday, more energetic, we rose early and stood in the entry line (complete with all the tourist queue jumpers) for the Hagia Sophia, a mosque with history and beauty. A truly wonderful building with ...
... the views for a little under 40 U.S. Dollars. We had enough time and energy to make a stop at the architecture museum after lunch. This museum had some priceless Roman sculptures of emperors and gods. We enjoyed the tile section that had porcelain products from the 14th century. We made are way back to the hotel for mezes (appetizers put out by our hotel) and are now taking a rest until sunset on our hotel rooftop for our complimentary class of ...
... is €130 and we didn't have enough, so we ask him to take us to the arm, baz tries and his card doesn't work and then the same for me so I try another and it eventually works, I get back to the cab and he drives down a little further and says you walk strait up here and see hotel. We were like ahh ok, and I look at the metre and it is $174, somehow it had gone up all that extra just waiting for me to get money out which was ********, anyhow I go to pay him ...
I have decided to label Istanbul the city of Cs! Chaotic, crowds, cats (and dogs!), chay, corn, chestnuts, call to prayer, crazy!! Istanbul literally is at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, and with a population of around 15 million people (plus probably that many again cats and dogs – I'm not kidding!!), one of the most hectic cities we’ve visited on this trip!
We had a bit of trouble deciding which side of the city to stay in. Sultanahmet, the old town where most ...
... of beers at the place across the street and then went back to get our key since they were to clean our room that day. That's when we found out we had mis-booked our stay. We had originally booked from June 3-7 and left the rest of our time open in case we wanted to move around. After a couple of days we realized the other things we wanted to see were too far so we were just going to extend the hotel stay from the 7th to the 11th. Since we've been ...