Grand Cevahir Hotel and Convention Center
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Day 2 in Istanbul. We both woke up late, like 11 or 12. We were out of the apartment by 1pm, haha. Saturday, no work for Cem. He took me to a bunch o touristy places, but places I had to see. Good tour guide he was. We got some orange and pomegranate juice mixed and then ate at a very expensive restaurant with a million dollar view. Very overpriced, so we kept it on the hush hush. We then attempted to get a taxi, ...
... and other flowers and is always free to get in to. It is the common area of the palace. The next gate led us to the living quarters of the over 400 inhabitants. There was a specific building where all the wives lived, another where meetings took place, the area of the treasury (housing the famous spoonmaker's diamond getting it's name because the man who found it had no idea it's worth and traded it for 3 spoons... It's 86 carats) and the kitchen. The final gate was only for the ...
... I'd thought we'd visited the Hagia Sofia the other day but it was a Sultan's tomb..oops. After enduring stares for the last couple of days, I made sure I didn't have any chest or shoulders exposed and tried to dress as modestly as I could. True to form, we couldn't get into the Blue Mosque because they didn't open until 2.30pm on Fridays. So we went to the Hagia Sofia and Basilica Cistern first. The Hagia Sofia is beautiful. I don't think I ...
This is our first day in Turkey We are going to walk to the Grand Bazaar today & will try to visit some of the Mosques We have a three day pass to visit the main sites in Istanbul. We get a little lost going to the Bazaar. When we arrive we can hardly believe our eyes. There are streets and streets of people selling products from carpets, to watches, to children's ...
... Pasazade serving traditional Ottoman cuisine. Here we finally experienced our first quality bottle of red wine. With our bellies full we deciding on returning the following day to enjoy the Sultan’s Dessert Plate (for 2 people) consisting of Baked Fruit Dessert of the Day, Sultan’s Milk Pudding, Baklava, Semolina Halva served with ice cream.
Our next adventure is bound to be a lot more relaxed with 11 night hopping between the Greek Islands.