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TripAdvisor Reviews Diva's Hotel Istanbul
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... What an amazing place full of colour, scents, crowds, and noise! Stall holders called out to passing tourists trying to sell you their goods. We purchased some Turkish pastries and looked at many other trinkets and goodies, but decided to wait until we went to the grand bazaar the next day.
After a quick shopping spree we headed to the water. The ...
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... watching all water craft.
I am so impressed by Istanbul every where you look there are amazing buildings but I have never been to a city with so many tourists, three quarters are locals. Lots of buildings are being renovated presumably to distribute the tourists in the future but for now I think if you really want to see the buildings you'd have to come at an off peek time. ...
... much power. I spent a lot of the day looking up flights to anywhere and I almost left Turkey but in the end decided to stick it out. It turns out that this is the last open space in the city where people can gather to protest which is probably the main reason the president wants to tear it down. I just really hope this doesn't turn into a civil war! On the second day ...
... large, German-built, 19th century train station.
We hopped a liner returning to Eminounu. On our walk back, we ate the famed fish sandwiches (5 TL each) and a dessert that was like an oversized jilebi (a South Asian sweet). We then decided to catch the sunset at the top of the Galata Tower. While in line, we encountered 3 other Americans (all unrelated) including one of whom was from the Princeton-area and another who worked ...