Gezi Hotel Bosphorus
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and the buses work, but as a tourist I would use more the subway, its cleaner and more secure.
The buses are always full, and youŽll never really know where you are going, but if you like the adventure, you are going to enjoy the BUS!
Another fantastic thing about my trip, it was Ramadan, when Muslims do not eat or drink during the day, but at the same time they have so many festivities, and theater in the streets, and over the ...
... canteen (a canteen doesn’t serve alcohol and is usually only open at for lunch or early dinner) which served dishes of seasonal fish. Those small fish I mentioned earlier are gutted, cleaned, coated in corn flour and shallow fried. Incredibly simple and very good. You pull the flesh away and leave behind the spine and head. Another local dish is fish cakes but the favourite was a fish stew/casserole that had flavours that I didn’t think were possible with fish. When ...
... at the Northeast corridor or West Coast of the United States.
What I witnessed, and bear in mind the only cities I saw were in the more secular western portion of the country, was religious devotion similar to that in the United States. For instance, if you enter a restaurant on Sunday in the United States (numbers will vary in each region), you'll see a pretty ...
... babies begging by knocking on the doors of the cars. According to our guide, they were from Syria and begging was illegal here. These refugees didn't want to stay at the camps paid and provided by the Turkish govt.
Next up was the key highlights of Istanbul - St Sophia church, blue mosque and the hippodrome. One church turned mosque, one nicely tiled mosque and a square with the obelix from Egypt. The ...
... all of the exhibit descriptions are in Turkish. There were quite a few visitors there. This country is obsessed with Mustafa Kemal Ataturk. Most of the exhibits were of his old clothing, including socks and a used bath towel!
Stopped by Gloria Jean's Coffee for an iced mocha. Pricing ...