Four Seasons Istanbul at the Bosphorus
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... that survived the destruction of the Hippodrome. • The Basilica Cistern, the largest of several hundred ancient cisterns that lie beneath Istanbul. It was built in the 6th century during the reign of Byzantine Emperor Justinian I. • The Nuruosmaniye Mosque. It is considered one of the finest examples of mosques in Ottoman Baroque style. It was very impressive, and again quite huge. • The Grand Bazaar. It is one of the largest and ...
... interesting, but that is it for the Grand Bazaar, in my opinion. I liked the Spice Market better, at least it smelled good and it was fun seeing all the spices, but it was similar to the Grand Bazaar. In other respects. The building was more like is huge warehouse. Again, we just did a quick walk through. Back in the square, we are there in plenty of time for our cruise. The evening cruise cost us 15 euros each and we both felt it was worth it. The cruise was 2 hours long and ...
... If you are still hungry that will serve at anytime lemon cake or a cheese sandwich, not to be mistaken for grill cheese.
For entertainment there are your movies, TV and music built into the back of every seat so I caught up on 3 movies and some Taylor Swift (yes Kaeleigh you would be proud) since the rock/pop portion was older than the seat fabric on the plane. Neither Heather or I got much sleep as planned about 3 hrs of head bobbing ...
So when we got to the train station at 5.30 for the 6.30 train the lady said there were no tickets left, bulgaria strikes again, trains never sell out? Anywho we ended up on the overnight bus at 8.30pm. It was an experience, no sleep at all. Crossing the border at 2am and again at 3am, getting out in the middle of nowhere, no one except a few adults with a lot of ...
We made an early start and one last delicious breakfast in Istanbul to make our way to Alkturak Airport. The 'taksi' ride was much faster this time, Jy says its because all the traffic is heading INTO the city. Blah The airport is big and clean and while we searched for good deals in Duty Free and no luck with wifi- we found our gate and waited. Goodbye Istanbul(****). It's not me- its ...