Ikbal Deluxe Hotel Istanbul
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... burger. I wasn't going to as a few of the other dishes tempted me, but I had memories of the veggie burger I had yesterday in Budapest on my mind and I couldn't go past it. This one was average at best. Pudd had fish and chips. He liked his meal better than I did mine. We've realised that things aren't that cheap here. We didn't eat on a main street. The place we went to looked quite traditional yet we payed pretty much what we would expect to pay in Australia. Alcohol too is ...
My host family are both professionals with busy work lives teaching and lawyering and I am the intercontinental jet setter still unadjusted to the 10 hour time difference, and the senior citizen. So we took Saturday off to rest. The plan was for Yasin and I to go to the hamam (Turkish bath) for a pre ride massage but that was postponed till tomorrow. So we found ourselvesw in a brand new shopping mall, the largest ...
... it if you will stay at least a few days there and will be traveling via the public transport which also include public ferries across the bosphorus to eastern turkey Karakoy. Otherwise, one way token will cost you 3 TL. With Istanbulkart, half the price each ride. The Istanbulkart can be bought at the train station like magazine shop. Just ask around the shopkeepers. They will point you to the right shop. And u only need 1 card for as many ppl. U only need the credit. ...
... of "Orlando" in my head where the ever living protagonist wakes up and switched gender, although thinking of it, I am not sure whether it was set in Turkey. Seeing the pictures of mosaics, bazaars, churches and mosques in my travel guide already gives me an idea of the richness of impressions I might be facing and am looking forward to dive into it, letting go of my analytic view of the world and enjoying every moment with all my ...
... my rug in 2005. There was also a Uyghar restaurant from Turkestan but I couldn't match any of the dishes to what I had ate there (Samsa, lagman)
Then on the main tram street is a building I've always passed by on my last two trips but never went in. It actually houses the tombs of several of the Sultans. I guess having more ...