Park Hyatt Istanbul - Macka Palas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPark Hyatt Istanbul - Macka Palas
Having a great stay at the Park Hyatt Istanbul. The rooms and furnishings in our suite are sophisticated and luxurious. The staff has been super friendly and helpful.
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... loop around the cıty. we got walkıng dırectıons to our hostel. Thırty dollars gets us a room wıth our own bathroom ın thıs quıte luxurıous hostel. Its a hıppıe den wıth the walls paınted and covered ın quotes from world travelers. There are tables and couches ın the maın room wıth coffee and tea avaılable 24/7; ...
... was yelling out and the tourists on the gondola really started to panic, as you would!
They started to stand up and were looking to jump ship onto our boat it seemed. Everyone on the vaperetto started yelling too. Our driver was yelling. Eventually the vaperetto driver must have seen what was going on. Not sure who was at fault though. Don't smaller vessels have to give way to larger ones? Other gondolier drivers didn't seem to be offering a whole lot ...
... pool, relaxing in the steambath & sauna. To wrap up the day, I find a spot at the outdoor rooftop lounge watching the sun set over Istanbul and the Marmara Sea.
Tomorrow early morning is my return date to reality. While turning in the night, I think back of this amazing journey and adventure. Cultural differences, history and fascinating palaces, charm and hidden escapes, Istanbul is definately a place to return to.
After the most incredible sunset last night we all headed to the theatre to watch a show from a husband and wife acrobatic team. The human body should never be allowed to do what they achieved! I guess I was never blessed with suppleness so I won't try at home :-). Today here in Istanbul has by far been the hottest day of all. So whilst it is snowing on the Kaimais at home we are basking in a European heat wave of temps in the early to mid 40s today. It was 35 in the shade. The ...
... Istanbul … and in the British Museum (of course).
We said good-bye to Hanifi at the tram station, then set off for the Grand Bazaar. It is what you would expect: a warren of narrow streets, roofed, with endless stalls selling stuff, mostly to tourists. There were the rug shops, the lamp shops, the gold shops, many, many leather goods. We wandered until we were tired of being accosted, then we split. We began to follow our planned route back towards the Golden Horn, ...