Golden Age Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... the weird **** he was selling. Flip flops, fruit, hair dryers, any old stuff. Untill today when I needed a water pistol and he didn't turn up. We started our daily commute to the metro when Niamh fell down the stairs after uttering the words "I hope something good happens today" she also lost her shoe. We went for food on the Asian side, we got a boat there poor Niamh nearly got the ferry without us and got stuck in no mans land. While we waited for ...
... serif; font-size: 12.8px; line-height: normal;">For dinner that evening we returned to the café at Arasta Bazaar. Dave had a lamb kebab, I had a mixed one and we shared Turkish yoghurt with honey for dessert. Just outside the bazaar we stopped at a calligrapher's stall and Dave got him to write our names on a piece of white leather. It was beautiful.
First there was the sweet breakfast spread for the Quietest Breakfast. We're talking olives, cheeses, marmalade, breads, and fruits. Coffee, juices. There was a young couple, another single lady, and some German video channel playing quiet hits. Nobody spoke. The coffee was delicious, natch! I spent the morning wandering the narrow streets of Salkahamet, noting the fish restaurant where the patron tells me every time I ...
8:40am (6 hours behind Aus) we are boarded on Etihad again for our final stretch to Istanbul! Met up with our tour group (The Fanatics) when we arrived and they took us to our accommodation. The Sultan Ahmet hostel is our base for two nights. Tonight was a meet and greet, bit of food and a few drinks. We were so tired from all our travels we hit the sack just after 8pm (technically it was 3am on our time!!) and had a great night ...
... on a place with some indoor seating to get out of the cold and went for it. The food itself was ok, Ed and Bree opted for the locally popular fish sandwich while Anna and I went with the Turkish version of fish and chips. Certainly not our best meal but it did the trick and we set back out again to continue exploring. One incredibly cool (and slightly redeeming quality for our lunch) was the fact that we had an amazing view out onto the Bosphorus. As we were enjoying our ...