Hilton ParkSA Istanbul
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... manoeuvre around by driving up on the curb but our bus is too big. So both our tour guide and our driver get out in the traffic mayhem to view the situation and determine that, with a lot of back and forth, we can travel down a short but narrow service lane. Once again, we are amazed at the dexterity with which bus drivers are able to fit their buses into extremely small roadways without incident.
We say goodbye to our fellow travellers in ...
... it's a brilliant day we laugh all day. We accidentally catch the fast ferry home and fall asleep. Catch the tram back before heading for home. Turkish pizza was a must. I was persuaded to Join some of the hostel people who were going time rave, this was a good plan until we ended up In a dark corner of the gypsy ghetto I decided not to go and headed back to the hostel I had every intention of going to bed but ...
... is the Paris of the East. Istanbul has been host to three (at least) empires - the Greek, Roman, and Ottoman having been the most culturally influential. Let's face it - in terms of size and population, Istanbul could kick Paris's derrier. Still, Paris is the Paris of Paris. Desole. But I just got here! All I know is it took almost an hour to get from the airport to my hotel, which is in ancient Sultanahmet, a Unesco World Heritage ...
We woke up today conscious of the fact that we were running out of time in Istanbul. It's such a huge city with so much history that in 5 days we could only hope to scratch the surface. We narrowed down our options and headed out for the day. We stopped at an amazing pastry shop and bought cake, a giant cheese pastry and macarons.
We took our little feast down to the waterfront and ate it
looking out over the Bosphorus. Before we could finish we were approached by a
... the night before because this time around it was simply a never ending flow of people moving from one stand to the next. We quickly understood how so many people could move through this place in a single day and while no one else bought anything else it was still some of the best people watching of the whole trip just taking in the sights and sounds up and down the aisles.
While we still aren’t sure we managed to see everything we certainly felt like ...