Noble House Galata
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- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
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Oh no. I'm so sad. I have to leave Istanbul and my new friends. A lot of people are leaving today so it's nots so bad. Or so I thought, it was terrible. Husain, the most attractive man I have ever seen in my life had made me fruit salad with nuts. The kitten wouldn't leave my side and worst of all Niamh cried actual tears when i left. Everyone came to the front door to see me drop my stuff and drag it up the hill of doom. I was heartbroken. I nearly, nearly stayed. Sara had ...
... to say, once we found the Spice Market I loved walking round, savouring the colours and the mix of exotic scents. I wished my family were there to appreciate it all, especially the piles of huge juicy-looking dates which they would have loved but were wasted on me. I bought some 'meatball spice' (which smelled genuinely lovely) and some 'Turkish saffron' which I've since found out is not saffron at all but a cheap imitation called safflower. I should have ...
Today we awoke on the airplane and ate some sort of delicious foreign breakfast. Then we packed up our things, talked a bit and watched a little TV before we landed. Once we had landed at about 11:30 in Istanbul, Turkey we had to wait in line to have our passports looked at. When we finally got to the counter the lady looked at all of our passports and stamped them. This was super exciting for me because it was my first ever stamp in ...
... massive. I got the shopping list for one of the sultans in a photo so I hope you can see it.
The palace is on a hill so I got some panorama shots to show the weather. It has been ******* today but not quite as cold as yesterday
On the way back I stopped at Aya Sofia Tombs where a few of the sultans, their wives and children are buried.
... a most excellent hostel) is the son of Turkish parents but raised in Melbourne and his parents help him run the hostel with his mum doing all the cooking - including making Australian meat pies for lunch, I was pretty happy with that :) I was the only person staying at the hostel, which ended up being fine as I spent my afternoon in their very gorgeous common/bar area talking with Attila's American girlfriend and when the sun went down we had another fantastic ...