Hotel Fehmi Bey
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... soon we were heading over the Bosphorus Bridge,5 lanes either side of charging traffic all wanting to be in the lead,abit like Whacky Races,however it is something I have always wanted to do,so it was well worth it,truly magnificent! Our hotel was situated in Sultanhamet right in the city centre,it was 3 pm,and red hot,and the traffic was just about grid locked,we were climbing this ...
... Sandra & Martin. We all decided to go for a cruise on the Bosphorus followed by a wander around the Spice Markets which for ease of travel we thought it best to share a taxi and that is the terror part of our day! I think we all thought we were going to die as the taxi hit speeds of 120 km weaving through the traffic and the more we protested the faster he got. There was numerous occasions where I think my feet were going to bust through the floor of the taxi as ...
... mosque rest on the foundations, the vaults of the old Grand Palace. The Sultan Ahmed Mosque has one main dome, six minarets, and eight secondary domes. The design is the culmination of two centuries of Ottoman mosque development. It incorporates some Byzantine Christian elements of the neighboring Hagia Sophia with traditional Islamic architecture and is considered to be the last great mosque of the ...
... it is pretty inside it is no comparison to the Hagia Sofia. At the top of the street is Taksim square which is a large square surrounded by shops and cafés. In the centre of the square in a large monument with figures of soldiers and their families. Taksim square is where all the protests took place last year. We tried some Turkish delight and baklava which was way too good, thankfully you can't get it like that at home. Tonight on board we are having a chocoholic ...
... questions to ask to be sure we were buying the real thing.
We spent about five hours meandering about, having lunch in one café and dessert in another, and slowly walking the streets of Sultanamet back to our hotel. Sultanamet is the old part of Istanbul and all the streets are made of cobblestone, so tripping is a constant hazard. Walking in high heels would be asking for a twisted ankle.
We went to Seven Hills ...