La Maison Hotel
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... vendor obviously understands the term ‘Taking the ****’ as he never followed us realising that we weren’t serious customers!!
We roamed around for about 20 minutes until everything was getting a bit repetitive. Either that or we were wandering around in circles!
Only a short walk from the Grand Bazaar is the Basilica Cistern across the tram lines from the Aya Sofia. This system of concealed reservoirs so called because it resembles ...
... and angels were also removed or plastered over. Islamic features – such as the mihrab, minbar, and four minarets – were added. It remained a mosque until 1931 when it was closed to the public for four years. It was re-opened in 1935 as a museum by the Republic of Turkey. From its initial conversion until the construction of the nearby larger Sultan Ahmed Mosque (Blue Mosque of Istanbul) in 1616, it was the principal mosque of Istanbul. The Hagia Sophia served as ...
... Grand Bazaar, Spice Bazaar, Topkapi Palace, Basilica Cistern.Taxsim, Golden Horn and Bosphorus boat tour up and down the Bosphorus that separates European and Asian Turkey.
Tips for travellers:
Visa – be prepared for a hefty visa fee on arrival! AUD$70! Varies by country.
Turkish Airlines – Great airline. Best food on any flight I’ve ever had, and that includes my
business class meals!
Tours – ...
... has no power so we have no headphones, lights and attendant service. The first air host told us bad luck, but later when the drinks were being served a few people commented to the air hostess and she was more than helpful trying to solve the issue. Soon we were served lunch which was a salad, cottage pie, roll, cheese and crackers and a tea. The lovely air hostess came along with complementary French champagne for us (after she demanded it from head staff) as our side of the ...
... who were hanging around a building wearing suits, and they told us in very broken English that it wasn't there! The embassy up the street was for Kuwait!! So we walked back along the street, still looking for it, very confused. A gardener tried to help, but had no English, then eventually a girl told us that it used to be there, but has moved to a place called Bebek, which was another part of Istanbul! After all that! So annoying! So we wandered back towards the ...