Grand Ons Hotel
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We had a quiet night and woke refreshed, after breakfast we walked the short way to the Main Street, the end where we joined the street was mostly restaurants, but as we walk along, the shops were all top designers. Rolex, Armani, Louis Vuitton etc. We looked in the windows, the prices were 1000's of TL. A little out of our league, but nice to look. Further on there was a Marks and Spencer, we went in, it was more like a boutique than a department store, there was music ...
... BB Palace pick up was not there. Arranged for a taxi. The driver was F1 material. His car talked back to him about speeding. Didn't have a sense of the distance. Passed through 'embassy row' and eventually into the gnarly streets of Karol Bagh.
After some help, we arrived to a locked door. Friendly faces soon arrived and we were up to our room. Had to split up the two single beds masking as a double bed but thereafter the long day ended c 0630 with a nap.
... La hotel might be pretty but it the smallest space we have had to grapple with during the whole of our holiday. Strewn around this tiny space are 3 big cases, 1 holdall, 2 rucksacks, 2 jackets 2 people, 1 ironing board and a partridge in a pear tree and all have to be juggled around as we attempt to squeeze in what seems like a thousand fridge magnets and other trivia as well as our clothes and a hundred pairs of shoes. Add to this melee we have decided we don't have time ...
... church, then a mosque and now a museum, with both Muslim and Christian relics and has multiple mosaics including the infamous DeŽsis mosaic, dated 1261.
After a quick lunch, we head to the Basilica Cistern, again just down the road and my favourite so far! This cistern is the largest of the several hundred ancient water cisterns in Istanbul and is home to some gigantic trout!! It was built in the 6th century and there are two ...