Celal Aga Konagi Hotel
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... next set of lights, and eventually at the point of near collapse. Finally we found ourselves near to our home base at the Galata bridge which has a pile of seafood restaurants along the underside of the bridge. I tell you a gigantic cold beer and a plate of fried sardines has never looked so good! Have to post a few lunch photos for Suze. The fish is stunning, which is surprising as the Bosphorus doesn't look ...
... synagogs, churches, remains of the old walled city, but that traffic...
The hotel is very nice it used to be a Crown Plaza, now Wyndham, well located in a very busy section of old town, so far all we have done is go out to dinner and visit some stores around the hotel.
I'm having a hard time completing this entry, even from my computer, yesterday I wrote a good portion but forgot to save it and when I tried to ...
... had organized a pub crawl in the Beyoglu District, the trendy restaurant/bar/club area near Taksim Square, but we were too tired to rally for that. We learned the next day that it had been canceled, anyway, because of election eve protests occurring in Taksim Square. We woke up an hour early on March 30 (Day 95) because our iPhones very understandably believed that Turkey, which observes Daylight Saving Time, intended to Spring Forward with the rest of ...
Dang, I can not believe that my time in Turkey is over! So I decided that I wanted to take out a minute while it is still fresh in my mind and just reflect over the past 5 and half days! So I will start off with the citizens of Turkey! The first time I encountered with the Turkish people was at the airport. For starters at the airport, they were not very nice! They did not offer to help you if you needed help and I ...