Dara Hotel Istanbul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Staying in the Sultanahmet district is a great idea, especially for first-timers to Istanbul. Many of the main tourist attractions are within walking distance, and there are countless cafes, restaurants and shops to satisfy any taste and need.
Unfortunately, we awoke to a cool morning of passing rain showers. With a plan to explore the …
April 11 was the day of our departure from our "home" in Dubai to the ancient city of Istanbul, Turkey (Leg 1 of our journey).
Our transfer from home to Dubai International Airport went off in typical UAE fashion. After calling for a taxi 1.5 hours in advance, and having the Dubai Taxi representative tell me not to worry, they only need " …
After a great first day in Istanbul, and having seen some the major sites, the next 2 days were dedicated to exploring and shopping.
On Sunday, we had intentions of entering the Topkapi Palace, but decided instead to just walk the grounds surrounding the Palace, and visit the nearby museums (Archaeological, Ancient Orient and Islamic Art …
... make it one of the most beautiful mosques in the city, and inside there are hundreds of small windows and 20,000 odd blue tiles. Unfortunately the weather was grey and gloomy most of our time in Istanbul, so it didn’t shimmer as brightly as it might in the sunshine. It is still a practicing mosque, so you are not permitted inside during prayer times, and even outside of prayer times there are people on the huge expanse of red carpet. It had an odd feel about it inside, and ...
... driver had given up. Thankfully, he was still there! We got outside and it was HOT! We had one or two hot days in Africa but it was dry and there was always a breeze. Here it was just unbelievably hot. The driver brought us through the crowded, curvy, tiny streets to our hotel. It was totally overwhelming. We were going on a few hours of sleep and having this much human activity around was a little too much. Fortunately, the hotel was lovely and the guy checking ...