TAV Airport Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
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... found it more beautiful than the ornate mosques. We then started walking through the neighborhood of uskudar. We noticed that there are many cats around and kittens. We walked through some beautiful markets on the way to lunch. There are lots of fish markets with beautiful fish displayed. There was also an organ meats market with all of the body parts of sheep and cows for purchase. We then went for lunch to a very ...
... for both of us. Wine is quite expensive in comparison to other things and don't even think about champagne! As we ate usually with a view of the water or the passing mele of people we were struck by the mildness of the climate and the fresh, sea air. With a population of about 14 million in Istanbul the city is remarkably clean and friendly - what we have seen in this very small area of the city centre - the old city and the new. Yesterday our total 6 ...
... in our 3rd queue of the day to enter the Hagia Sophia, another must see while in Istanbul. The Hagia Sofia was originally a church, then converted to a mosque, and is now a museum. It has been damaged, altered, repaired and restored several times throughout history. This is truly a unique place because of it's use as both a church and mosque (at different times through history, of course), and evidence of both are still intact ...
... overly adventurous - we had wraps - but they are very Turkish. Feeling refreshed we were ready to keep moving.
Wandering along the water we saw a 2 hour Bosphorus Cruise so bought tickets. We enjoyed the trip. Travelling up the European side we passed the Dolmabahce Palace built in the more western style, plus many other mansions and numerous mosques, and the Rumeli Hisari (Fortress of Europe) before heading back on the Asian side.
... a fabulous metro system that was easy to use, fairly easy to figure out, well run, and cheap. In Istanbul, the public transport was not good. You could not buy a week or day pass, so you had to pay 3 euros for each ride, and if you had to transfer trains, you had to repay the 3 euros. Also, the map did not correspond with the metro map, so it was hard to get around. On top of that, there were not busses, and the cab drivers hated us. ...