Radisson Blu Bosphorus Hotel, Istanbul
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
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We have finally arrived in Istanbul at 8pm after 3 planes 5 airports and 30 hours in transit. We are exhausted and looking forward to a good night sleep in a bed that is huge and given our state of tiredness looks like heaven. We have the day to ourselves tomorrow before we meet our tour group so we will head out to explore this bustling city. Day …
... Horn. There were a couple of places we might have enjoyed getting off, MiniaTurk, which is a miniature version of the history of turkey, and a museum of odd things, e.g., a bi-plane and a carousel, complete with horses. But the sky was darkening, and I got cold and went inside.
We got off at the Egyptian Bazaar, aka the Spice Market. We had a ...
... the treasury, the harem and pompous pavilions of Topkapi gives an insight in the once daily life of the sultan and his family.
Before returning to the apartment in Beyoglu, I decide to enjoy a meal in the backstreets of Sultanahmet. The sun has set and it gives me the opportunity to enjoy these great monuments in an amazing light.
For what I had decided to see today, I didn't make the half of it. A fascination has begun. Tomorrow is a new day.
... Barely room to turn around. Went for a couple of walks in the rain. It is quite the little maze in this area. Finally broke down and bought a umbrella as it started to rain fairly strong. Walked to Topkapi Place and it's about a 15 minute walk. Did not go in saving that for later, got my museum card which gets me into all the places I want to see in a 3 day period, plus I don't have to wait in line, ...
... then headed back to the hotel to pick up the car papers and on the way I took a shot of these two guys moving stuff - actually one is having a smoke (as do a lot of people here!). The centre of Istanbul is either pedestrianized or just really narrow streets and there a lots of these guys moving huge loads on market trolleys. Very sensible really.
We were picked up around 13.00 by our car agent and set off ...