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We passed by a museum that used to be a Mawlawi house. The historical site was pretty interesting. I had to be sneaky with my phone since the guards were keeping an eye on visitors to make sure they were not taking pictures. There was a small area where 8 stray cats were just napping on the pavement.
There are a few sweet shops that specialize in Turkish desserts and teas. ...
... I sat down and told the girl what I needed. First, I wanted to know how much it would cost. There was discussion in Turkish with other office staff and phone calls. I thought it was a simple question. But it took forever. Finally, she printed a form and said a mammo alone was 900TL ($422). But they had a complete package deal for 2000 ($938). I was surprised and let them know why. The staff muttered and made more phone calls. A new deal ...
... 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 ...
... of Canakkale there is a fort on both sides which is the narrowest part of the strait at only 1350m wide. From here we could see a few monuments to the WWI battle but not Anzac Cove etc as they were over the hill. The Tauranga family were up on deck too and we talked to them quite a bit as the youngest daughter had been to the Anzac Day commemorations earlier in the year. The boat slowed up again further on to let the pilot off and we carried on into the Mediterranean in the darkness.
... there are the appetisers often served as a meze plate.
Istanbul is divided in two by the Bosphorus and has the Sea of Marmara on the southern side, so there is also plenty of fish. On our first day here we took the Golden Horn ferry up to Eyup. Great trip and only a dollar or two using our Istanbulkaart for transport. We caught the bus back, and right ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOran Hotel Istanbul
We stayed in a small, windowless room near the stairway. It was a bit noisy and cramped. The rooms were clean and the breakfast area was pleasant with good food. On the plus side, the hotel was in an area close to the bazaars, St. Sophia, and the Blue Mosque. We always consider location more important.
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