Romantic Hotel Istanbul
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of wonderfully fresh produce along the water's edge where you could eat very well for a tenth of the price of restaurants, street vendors, shoe shiners sharing space with enormous international cruise ships. We usually ate at one of the restaurants and our order was usually a couple of mezze dishes, bread, salad, sea bass/lamb or chicken skewer and maybe a glass of wine and a beer to begin. Our bill for dinner varied but was usually about 150 Turkish ...
... red lights if nobody is around. Everybody does it. The traffic rules seem to be “just a suggestion”.
- Yogurt is used in many ways, in many dishes.
- Bread is served with every meal. Butter is not, but they’ll bring it if you ask for it.
- I felt safer than I thought I would.
- There seem to be as many yellow cabs here as there are in New York!
- Everybody needs to put Cappadocia on their bucket list. ...
... right in the middle of the old part of Istanbul. We all liked it immediately. It is very small, but very funky and cool as well. We needed to have some lunch (because we had all missed breakfast) so we walked off and immediately got lost. It was very interesting and pleasant walking around the streets of Istanbul. Every person says the same thing to you as soon as they think you are lost, they say:" Hello, what place are you loking for. We then tell them what we are ...
... the famous University of Istanbul. To our dismay, there were only wholesale stores and no retail stores.
Because of labor day, there was a ceremony at Taksim square, where all the Turks celebrated and held demonstrations. There were no bus connections to Taksim square and our Turkish friends have warned us that celebrations could get quite violent. That is why like all the other tourists, we decided to skip he celebrations and stay in the city centre.
... a bike as his only transport, he's unlikely to have any use for such a thing. His latest thoughts being that perhaps his mum would like a worn out old Turkish carpet for Christmas?? We doubt it but were glad for the story. **** really does happen. After eating our fill, Thom took us to his favourite baklava shop just near his hostel. (Which he did eventually find). The father son duo who own the place have really given some character to their otherwise dime a ...