Pera City Suites
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... there is still a good amount on the floor when you are through and you just leave it there because you do not have a half hour to get half of that in the dustpan. Well, you will be happy to hear that I found a dustpan with rubber on the end. Oh my, what a difference. I am sweeping up in no time! The mop is not very efficient either but you adjust. My little buddy helps me clean. He loves to clean the toilet so I tell to go to it and he does, with a ...
Late on the 5th of February: We came back to the hotel, were waiting about 1 and a half hours for our mini bus to arrive, then we all loaded our luggage at 1 in the morning, then boarded and in no time were on our way to Istanbul, we picked up the other exchange students and were finally on the road to Istanbul.
Early on the 6th of February: In 5 hours we were in Istanbul, but we sat in the hotel lobby for half an hour then went upstairs, we then dumped our stuff in our room and ...
... We went to the Hagia Sofia, the Blue Mosque and the Grand Bazaar. These three sights are definitely worth seeing. The Grand Bazaar can be a little overwhelming though with all itīs side alleys and endless stands. If you got enough money with ye and loads of time, itīs gonna be good fun though.
Last day we went for a little walk in the sun before heading to the airport. Gate got changed twice and there were several ...
... low hills, liberally
sprinkled with mosques and minarets but no office towers to spoil the
picture. There are 16 million people living in Istanbul so there
must be modern office towers somewhere over the hills. At that point
we weren't sure which were the famed Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace and
Hagia Sophia but we found out soon enough on our all day excursion.
The tour involved a lot of walking because of the traffic and parking
Our group then took a trip to the Grand Bazaar. I know, you're probably thinking, "I've never heard of a bazaar" or "Actually, I've never heard of anything Rachel is talking about in this bloody blog." And a lot of it is new to me, as well! Anyway, the Grand Bazaar is a market that inspired the creation of malls. Who knew that started in Turkey?? THANK YOU, TURKEY!! It was filled with over 4000 shops- all run by Turkish men ...