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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Made it to Istanbul on Sunday14th after hairy GPS misguidance through the city through CRAZY traffic! It even tried to direct us across the Bosphorus along a CLOSED bridge! Grrrrr.....
Then, trying to find our hotel and parking in the middle of the Old City, Rem drops me off and gets himself ...
... our hotel. A very popular Kebab, but not the kebab we know. It was cooked in a terracotta pot and put over flames, when cooked they crack the top off and pour out onto the plate, was very theatrical, tasted average, but was good to see.
It was a nice hotel to stay at, although it had a very very tiny lift which I hated, so I took the small windy stairs, we were on the top floor, so we were getting very good exercise.
... I have wanted to see so bad for so long) in front of us, the fountain and the hippodrome to either side, it just felt so surreal! The boys were having a great time people watching and exploring the pedestrian friendly area but I thought we better get on it. We had quite a bit of ground to cover on our first full day here. So much to see. So much to do.
I should have purchased the tickets to the Basicila Cistern and the Aya Sofya online, I had meant to do it but didn't ...
... of cheese or ground meat, and that’s it. I elect the cheese but later wished I had gone for the meat – it might have had more flavour. And we get a can of fizzy drink too.
The seating area is very busy and all tables are full except for one. I join a European looking man there. He is fair haired, angular and tall, we engage in conversation. His name is Sep or something like it, and he comes from Austria. He is working for an NGO and will travel into the far west ...
... a world city well before Prague, London or Paris were anything but villages. Everywhere you look there are historical wonders. At one time, the entire Roman empire was ruled from here, and the great Hagia Sophia was erected as the Holy See of Eastern Christendom (Byzantium) when that empire divided. Later, the Ottomans conquered and ruled from grand palaces here, for six centuries, erecting beautiful mosques, solidifying the Islamic faith as a world ...