Gezi Hotel Bosphorus
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul
... came up with many new prototypes for the nerf guys.....we wandered down the Istikaal Caddesi, which was formerly the home of all the embassies during the Ottoman Empire's heyday....we had a lovely lunch of gozleme (I know Pete doesn't think I know that he likes to indulge in these whenever he can!!) and mezzo, then up the Galata Tower, which is Istanbul's version of centre point, only 700 years older, to get ...
... li>drink tap water... you may get sickMy favorite experiences was relaxing at the beach in Cesme and the hot air balloon ride in Cappadocia. I suggest spending minimum 3 days in Cappadocia, and less than 1 full day in Pamukkale.
Well that's Turkey keep posted to learn about my section on Paris!
Girl and a ...
... winding, cobblestone streets and came upon a mosque, Kucuk Ayasofya Mosque (Little Hagia Sophia). The mosque was very simple, white walls with blue and gold ornamentation. It was originally build for Emperor Justinian I in 527 and was converted to a mosque in 1505 and was rebuilt in 1871.
After our brief tour, we miraculously found our way to the back of The Blue Mosque. We had to wait in a long line outside, but it moved very quickly. I learned from ...
... with knitted ring that she had knitted! She was speaking broken German, like everyone, thinking we're German. She had a smile and a laugh that was infectious and her eyes lit up when she spoke. She made our day. We bought two baby rings for good luck and a hat, and it was a total of 6lire. As we walked down the street the women were all cleaning and shaking rugs, ...
... have picked a more perfect food for me to eat. Although Idris had to go back to work, I continued exploring the city and walked across the river to where many of the historical tourist sites are. First I stopped at the spice market that reminded me a lot of the markets in Israel and had some beautiful spices and delicious looking candies, specifically Turkish delights. For the rest of the day I mostly explored the city on foot and got my bearings, but my walk along the water ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet