Point Hotel Barbaros
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
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... Kevin had an entree of dolmathes which he loved and we shared a pizza. We capped off a pleasant night with a couple of 'Raki' you ask what the hell is Raki, well it's Turkeys version of Ouzo. Mary went to pay with her 28 Degrees credit card and it was rejected as she brought the old one with her and the new one is home! Very cunning traveller is Mary. We depart for Dubai tomorrow. On the home stretch ...
... a dessert place, the a gathering area for rebellious teenagers and now a restaurant. After lunch we visited the Topkapi Palace, which was the palace for the Ottoman Empire until 1920's. Yarvuz guided us through the four areas (called gardens), and then gave us time to explore on our own. We ended up losing the rest of the group as we wanted to more exploring of the palace. Some of the rooms, such as the treasury, headlines to get in but we patiently waited. ...
... especially in the morning?
I had scheduled a Food Walking Tour for today as an introduction to the city and to various street foods as well as traditional Turkish cuisine. My directions identified a 9:30 a.m. meeting place near the Spice Market. I made my way past the Blue Mosque, parks, and Hippodrome to Divan Yolu, a busy street which winds downhill to the Golden Horn and is home to the trams in this part of the ...
... taksim square, the first thing we saw was a luscious drippy donair spit. and then we saw another one. we met with our nice airbnb host and settled into our funky apartment in the new hipster neighbourhood of Istanbul. and then we proceeded to eat, walk around, and oh ya, check out a little turkish culture. I knew right away that this was a city for me. it is an "and" place. (and, of course, by and I mean kevin and me). you can have a 200 year old fantastic building and ...
... the streets of the Taxim Square and then made my way wandering down to the water front. Unsure what I wanted to do with my day I figured with the weather it might be a nice way to start my time in Istanbul on a boat tour of the Bosphorus. Being a bit sentimental and already sort of missing Asia, I decided taking a boat that bounces you between the Asian and European boarders four times was a great idea. I think it is so neat that a city can be part of ...