Holiday Inn Istanbul City
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... has some truly astonishing stuff, even though it is a bit dates and dusty. Half or more wasn't open as being renovated, and the was a plaintive note on one marble lion saying ,"this is all we have from the temple of Halicarnassus because the British Museum took the lot." It made us feel bad because just a few days ago we were admiring it there! The museum also has a special place in my heart as one of my favourite photos of Dad was ...
... from small, tulip shaped glasses pinched in the middle. All the locals drink it everywhere and constantly. You see young wait staff trawling through the Bazaar yelling out chai, chai, chai drumming up business for the thousands of sales staff, all loitering outside their stalls smoking copious amounts of Turkish cigarettes. It is the Latte of Istanbul. We had stunning views with our cup of chai, the whole city spread out before us. ...
... as messing around, just messing around, in boats…
We abjure the optional Bosphorus tour at $120 and leave the hotel at the crack of 10 to taxi down to Eminnonu by the Galata Bridge. We buy our 25TL tickets for the 6 hour Bosphorus cruise. There are many fine buildings along the Bosphorus, especially on the European side and the people watching is good. We go all the way to the Black Sea, not entering the Sea, but we could see it, and get off ...
... eat the vegetablesFor breakfast, we we had a choice of either omelette or 'Nasi Lemak' which is basiacally fatty rice(shudder) During the flight I also slept but I kept walking up 3⃣to4⃣ times because of my uncomfortable positions! When the plane landed, the pilot had landed the plane well! At Ataturk Airport✈, we first went through immigration. After that, ...
... chain but close to the airport which is good for us in the morning. Some were moving to a city hotel in the morning but most are flying out at various times on Sunday like us.
Yusuf got us settled but made a hurried farewell, he was straight off to another hotel for a briefing to start the next tour tomorrow morning, we were all sorry to say goodbye because he has definitely made the trip so memorable.
As for the rest of us, it was all a ...