Kumbaba Mah. Uygur Sok , Istanbul, 34980, Turkey | Hotel
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I love this city

A travel blog entry by ldschaub


... other letters and number combinations. Next step was to fill out paperwork to ship my bag of stuff. There was a man who worked at the post office who spoke a little English and told me I should be able to fill out the paperwork, purchase a box and mail my items once my number was called. So I filled out my paperwork as best I could and waited. An hour went by and they had only gotten to P003 so I didn't have high hopes I would get through. But once ...

Turkey - Istanbul

A travel blog entry by jamesandbre


... has no power so we have no headphones, lights and attendant service. The first air host told us bad luck, but later when the drinks were being served a few people commented to the air hostess and she was more than helpful trying to solve the issue. Soon we were served lunch which was a salad, cottage pie, roll, cheese and crackers and a tea. The lovely air hostess came along with complementary French champagne for us (after she demanded it from head staff) as our side of the ...

Where two continents meet

A travel blog entry by stef5353


... storage area of drinking water for the Topkapi Palace and surrounding area. The cistern was built 500 AD and two of it's pylons supporting the roof rest on Medusa's head. Our next stop was the Grand Bazaar with it's labyrinth like alleys and thousands of shops to browse. The vendors all try to get you involved in a conversation and sell you stuff. It can become rather irritating if you take them seriously, but they are only trying to earn a ...


A travel blog entry by jillmac


... area where the troops would have had a better chance. ANZAC cove had a memorial and several gravestones on a grassed area behind the stoney beach and there were several other Australians wandering quietly among the gravestones. It was a very sobering and moving experience. Lone Pine was next and along with the single pine tree there was a large sandstone memorial with the names of all the fallen Australian and New Zealand troops engraved on its walls. There were a few ...

Istanbul - The Last Chapter

A travel blog entry by lindalequesne


... up for most of the night. I went to the pharmacy with her when it opened so she could purchase something to help Ralph; he spent the day in their room as he was in so much pain. Jim headed out on his own to see the Gallata Tower and a street near Taksim Square renowned for its fancy stores and high-end restaurants, while Kelly and I revisited the Grand Bazaar for some last-minute purchases – including a little pink belly dance ...

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