Hotel Euro Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... It was absolutely charming.
Then we went to survey the Grand Bazaar, which was totally spectacular but we will talk about it more once we return to Istanbul. Good thing we have a second duffel to fill up with cool stuff!! We got some street food to hold us over to dinner-- a delicious pretzel covered in toasted seseme seeds and a bag of roasted chestnuts! The chestnuts doubled as hand warmers, which was ...
We have set the alarm early today, we have heard that we have an appointment at the Indian Consulate tomorrow at 10.00am and we would like to see as much as we can of the park. It is a beautiful morning and we are soon out with our cameras. The cafe is already serving food to some of the campers. We walked around one of the lakes and took some good photos, the guys with the expensive looking equipment are already getting shots, quite a few ...
... interior is vast and lit by many simple brass chandeliers. I had a go at the wishing column inserting my thumb in a hole and rotating it 360 degrees - not as easy as you may think. The column is said to be damp to the touch and to have magical powers. Well who knows …..? Adjacent to the Hagia Sophia are five tombs of the Sultan's and their families. Each tomb is beautifully decorated with colourful tiles and stain glass windows, ...
... to the LP guidebook, Topkapi was the setting for stories of libidinous sultans, ambitious courtiers, beautiful concubines and the scheming eunuchs that lived and worked here over 400 years between the 15th and 19th centuries.
We'd visited Istanbul for the first time 25 years ago and saw all the major sites. Topkapi, as we remembered, was our favorite site. But as we made our way though the main gate now, during ...
... like ‘holy f*^#’. It was clear we were just eeny weeny tiny cells inside one mother of a city full of life.
When we landed at the airport we were punched in the face with hot air, illegible signs and a huge crowd of people and luggage; all of whom had some idea what to do next except us. We stood a little stunned for far too long on a concrete path waiting for an answer to appear. It didn’t, so we resigned to paying for a taxi, where the man ...