Dedeman Hotel Istanbul
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Leaving Istanbul at 5pm our ship headed towards the Bosphorus Strait . We passed under the first bridge spanning the Strait before we lost the light. There is another bridge across this 32km Strait but we will only see that when we return to ...
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... one of the world's busiest waterways and is now regulated by Turkey under an international treaty. The sheer volume of traffic, the tricky currents and the twists and turns in the waterway make this challenging navigation. There are now numerous radar towers along the shores, indicative of how tightly controlled it is.
Leaving the old city on our cruise, the first major site ...
... of the city. SO many people, many pushy vendors, but a beautiful area. After settling in we headed to the Grand Bazaar...continuing the discomfort from the cab...the cat calls from the men at the bizarre in response to our shorts, were more more than dad could handle. And I have to say, more than Kaitlin and I could bare as well. We never knew shorts were so revealing! We must have stellar knee caps:) The bazaar proved to be ...
... armed with some baklava and Turkish delights for an evening tasting. Our room door was wide open and there were three workers and the hotel manager in our room repairing the window which from what we could interpret had been broken. We didn't think this was a big deal but it was disconcerting so we retired to the roof top bar for happy hour.
Istanbul is a really busy place. Like us they rely on trams as the main public transport. Being close to the river they decided ...