Grand Anka Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... We knew we would regret this, especially when we saw the bike/walk path running for miles along the Bosphorus. No time for bike rentals, we instead opted for the main sights: Hagia Sofia (unique), Blue Mosque (educational), Basilica Cistern (creepy), Galata Tower (think Rapunzel), Grand Bazaar (really just a mall with ...
... more water, we managed to get a trickle running in, whilst we waited we had lunch, a lady who had been shouting at Les as he connected the water pipe came over to us she was chattering away, we didn't understand, we told her we had been to Yedigoller and were now going to Istanbul. She went off across the meadow with a large basket on her back. There are a few cattle around and a couple came to drink at the trough below the water spout. ...
... a glass of water, it is sipped & the gritty grounds left at the bottom of the cup. This part of Istanbul is European & the streets are Bohemian with cool shops- leather goods, linen, clothing, ceramics& loads of musical instrument shops.
We arrived at Galata Tower for fantastic views over the port & city. A tower has been in this area since 500BC & this present tower was completed in 1349 by the Genoese as part of a defense ...
... Istanbul from miles away; more tower blocks than you could count, literally hundreds of them - this is a city of over 13 million people and hey presto, as if on cue, we hit the traffic jam. The motorways and all roads off it were gridlocked as the whole of Istanbul tried to navigate its seemingly inadequate infrastructure. It was pretty novel for a motorway as cars, vans and even coaches shot past us down the hard shoulder followed by ...