Galata Antique Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... he once again rang to try and sort things out for us, he's so kind. Emre sent us a message to say we needed to go back tomorrow at 10.00 am and that Mr Arif was very sorry for the mix up. We walked back the way we had come and stopped for coffee at McDonalds to blog and up load some photos. We the purchased some good at a small supermarket then bought some street food for lunch. On the way back to the bus we used the underpass to get to the other side of the busy ...
... went inside the Aya Sofya.
The girls asked me if there was anything else I wanted to do before leaving Istanbul. I said I wanted one last Turkish kebab so we looked in their guide book and found a recommended restaurant with a rooftop terrace with a view if the blue mosque and the ocean. We then went and got my last serve of baklava with another rooftop terrace.
Then it was time to leave and start my very long trek back to Deni.
... Turkish bath before in Marmaris!) ❌ Eat Turkish Delight from the Grand Bazaar. ❌ Visit two continents in one day! Daim bar count: TOO LOW. One of the reasons I'm eager to head back west! ------------- Athens - 35 degrees ☀ Athens is awesome. The sea is sublime. The hotel is nice. The port is incredible! Dinner was gorgeous and Charly should be here soon. Happy happy days. Now where is the ice ...
... and a handful of protesters led by a lady with a bullhorn. It was nothing but a curiosity walking past in the afternoon, but this evening was much different.
As Uncle Albert and I began the uphill climb along Sıraselviler Caddesi, we noticed that the air was stinging our eyes and tasted funny. As we continued on we started noticing an increasing number of people with gas masks. We stopped a couple shop owners to ask for directions, but we never were able to ...
... of how big this city of 17 million is. Miles and miles of apartments and buildings went on as far as the eye could see. As we pulled back in under the Galata bridge it was lined with hundreds of fishermen trying to catch fish to sell at the fish market underneath the bridge. Walked to the other side of the bridge and went to the top of the Galata Tower. What a view! It was the tallest point in Istanbul for centuries and was ...