Park Hyatt Istanbul - Macka Palas
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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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... and soft red carpet. It was a different experience and culture for sure. We then decided to take the rest of the big red bus tour. While on the tour we crossed a famous bridge that divides Turkey into Europe and Asia. I can now say I have officially been to Asia!!! We stopped for a little while in Taoism Square, a popular shopping area for locals. We ended our bus tour back by the Blue Masque and had a light dinner at an outdoor cafe. We ...
... a tiny kitchen, and small garden on the ground level. Our room is up a winding set of very rickety stairs. It's good that we are in pretty good shape, carrying our heavy bags up those stairs was a challenge. One stair is even broken on each level, so you must be careful not to fall through!!
Our room is also small, with windows on one wall. Our windows overlook the tiny street and across from the Armenian mosque, with it's minaret loudspeakers. ...
... like salty sea water and yoghurt haha! Really strange - but that's why we are on the food tour after all :-)
Up next was some Turkish coffee to help ease you stomach before more food! Our guide said it's tradition in Turkey to have your coffee grounds read - so us ladies had our fortune read based on the grounds design - and he'll email us the results. (His mum actually does it so he did a video of the cups and will show her in 3 weeks time). After our coffee break it was time ...
... slept until at least noon. So this meant that we couldn’t turn the light on which made it difficult to get ready. Finally at 11:30am I just turned the light on. That’s just ridiculous.
I headed out for a walk through the city and finally got lucky to have a beautiful day. I walked over to Eminonu which is where all the tour boats leave from on the Bosphorus. I hadn’t planned on going ...
... for example, a glass of wine this evening, at the place we ended up sitting at, was 15 TL, which is $8 - about what a glass costs at a midrange restaurant in NY. I wonder whether they are at a premium because it's not available everywhere.
We headed to Ortakoy via ferry, but caught the last one out there. It's interesting, there are so so many ferries here - and they are definitely used heavily by commuters. We have ...