Holiday Inn Istanbul-Sisli
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... WiFi and got ready for the next day, i did some reading and then got ready for dinner. Dinner tonight was at the hostel – a hostel provided dinner – we still had to pay for it but it was cheaper then what could be found outside. The food was good. After dinner i talked with people still at the table and then went to the roof for a few drinks and relaxing. As it got to midnight i came back down and went to bed.
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From the cafe, the three of us made our way up to Topkapi Palace. We paid the 25 lira for the ticket and made our way into the ...