Hotel Grand Star
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... cistern has a unique atmosphere with the Roman columns and head pillars inside.
- Blue Mosque (Sultanahmet Mosque) decorated with some of the best examples of Turkish Tiles.
- Lunch will be provided at popular Pudding Shop, overlooking the Hippodrome (At Meydani), a Turkish cuisine restaurant with the choices of vegetables or meat dishes.
- walking through Hippodrome, ...
... A man joins us and starts chatting about his life, it's a good story and then offers to read our coffee cups. Pernillas involves sharks, a gizzelle and lots of people. He tells her he's got a good heart. Which is definitely true. He picks up mine, I've never believed in all that shiz but it's a Turkish thing. He looks at the coffee, his widen and I'm sure I'm going to make the front page if the evening ...
Having bit of bad luck! Set of from Mykonos at 2 00pm. Early rise for full day Best of Istanbul tour and just as getting out of tiny shower announcement came over the speaker that during night damage was done to a propeller shaft bearing! Was limping towards Istanbul at snails pace with only one propeller! Arrived 7 hours late at 2 pm so all tours shortened. And dis count refunded. Well we set of on bus to downtown of my goodness ...
Jack chose to make his own eggs in the room and relax. Ava, KC and I went for breakfast down and across the street. I helped the kids with homework while KC did the laundry. The kids ate left overs for lunch. Looking to enjoy some local fair in peace and quiet, KC and I walked up hill and down the street for deep fried sardines, hummus, fresh bread and salad.
... the world. So after surveying the treasures of the Ottoman Empire we headed off on the next stop of our whirlwind touring day, the Hagia Sophia.
The Hagia Sophia is a former Greek Orthodox Church from the Byzantine era that was later converted to a mosque in 1453 with the Ottoman’s conquering of Turkey. The Hagia Sophia is famous for its architecture as well as the interesting juxtaposition of Islamic and Christian artifacts and art work. Some of the ...