Four Seasons Istanbul at the Bosphorus
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... and apologise and explain that we are safe and fine. We don’t even shower, we dump our bags, spray some deodorant and go and meet them for dinner around 8:30pm.
We meet them close to Taksim Square (we are staying on one side and they’re staying on the other). I see Bec from across the road and once on the same side we are running towards each other like we’re on some kind of slow motion film clip. It was so amazing to see her. She is one of the ...
... but she really warmed up to us. I think a lot of that had to do with as she said “your extremely friendly kids.” She commented at how open and friendly both Beth and Nathan are. She said that usually when she’s doing tours with kids their age, the kids act all shy and say nothing the whole time. Of course with our kids, she knows all about our lives, our dogs, what I do as a job and how I gave tax advice to our tour guide ...
... and gods and ornate tombs. Headed back to the hotel on foot through a magnificent park. Another yummy Turkish dinner and the day ends once more. Day two morning is spent visiting Topkapi Palace. Overlooking the Sea of Marmara and the Bosphorus, this huge complex was the home to a long line of Ottoman sultans from the 1400s to 1800s. The highlight was the fascinating and beautifully ornate Harem and family suites. We enjoyed a beautiful view across the water while having lunch at ...
... the Bospherous River. A little rest, Sue did a practise pack to see how we were fitting and we were back out for a last night walk. We had a few sights we wanted to walk past and thought we might try the Kaymac shop as was to be opened that day. We walked all of the way up and over the hill and decided to go past the palace. As we approached we were told it was closed for the day, we continued down though new streets that we had only seen from the tram. We were so surprised when we ...
... the Four Seasons. It is in a fun location and less than a minute walk from Topkapi. The downside of its location is the noise from nearby restaurants, bars and calls to prayers. The manager gave even more of a discount off their normal low season rate because of our long stay. It only makes sense. Several days we were the only ones at the hotel and usually we'd see only one or two groups or couples down at breakfast. We see ...