Mim Hotel Istanbul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... gradually lost its importance as the sultans preferred to spend more time in their new palaces along the Bosphorus. In 1856, Sultan Abdül Mecid I decided to move the court to the newly built Dolmabahçe Palace, the first European-style palace in the city. Some functions, such as ...
... as this can be confusing. According to the people at our hotel, pretty well any place will accept both Turkish lira and euros. That's easy, we thought. On our first morning, we had dropped a load of washing at the laundry next door. Brian was quoted 20Tl, so asked for it to be converted to euros as that was the only currency he had in his wallet. We agreed that that was about 7 euro, whereupon Brian pulled out two 1 euro coins and a 5 euro note. The laundry ...
It's 2pm on Monday as I write this and we are still in Istanbul. Jochen has always wanted to visit this city and is seeing all the places he can whilst he can. I, on the other hand do not like cities and am having less of a good time, but this is what we planned, so this is what we are doing.
Yesterday we went to see the Basilica Cistern which is ...
... from the mountains by an aqueduct and stored underground. There are many columns supporting the ceiling and fish in the water.
Then we went to the Topkapi Palace. This is where the old rulers of Turkey, the sultans, lived. We saw some of the treasures and jewels of the sultans and old clothes and swords.
It got very cold in the afternoon so we came back to our hotel for a while before going out for ...
... a word of English! When he dropped us off, we walked with Kristy to her hostel, but they only had beds for one night, so we said goodbye after exchanging numbers then headed off to the Sultanahmet district, about one kilometre away that we had been recommended by a few different people to stay in. We walked up heaps of steep hills and along past some massive mosques and down a street where we checked out a couple of hostels which were both ok before booking and checking ...