Sheraton Istanbul Atakoy Hotel
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Today we had a morning of shopping in Sirince before heading to the airport and back to Istanbul. Sirince is a wonderful town - lots of small shops and restaurants. It's in the hills, away from the heat of the larger cities.
We flew to Istanbul and were picked up at the airport by Ari, another tour guide, who brought us to our hotel. Like …
... pot is slashed off and flies to shatter on the ground - very elaborate and attention grabbing - also very delicious. It was about this time that it became apparent that the waiters were quite interested in keeping us there for as long as possible as free drink after free drink appeared before us on the table, along with free baklava which was delicious and then suddenly it was almost midnight and time for the restaurant to be closing, though not before ...
Today we had a walking tour of Istanbul. We started by visiting the beautiful Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia which was first a church then a mosque and now a museum, Topkaki Palace and a under ground cistern built by the Romans that still functions.
Istanbul is a beautiful bustling city full with market stalls and people selling stuff every where at any-time of the day. Even the motorways aren't free of people selling stuff.
... drop off, I was presented with an additional $225 charge for my third bag, ouch! I had a little time to argue but not enough information, so I'll deal with when I get home in October. In the meantime I'll be prepared to avoid such charges on the next two hops - Istanbul to Tabriz then on to ...
... was next and we walked into the Spice Bazaar and found a small café. More delicious food. Andrew tried, and liked (!) the foamy yoghurt drink. It’s like Yakult but not sweet and they serve it in tankards like you would beer. It even has a foaming head. For a little pick me up after lunch, we went to a shop that specialises in Baklava of every description a Turkish coffee. Va-voom! Full of lunch, sugar and caffeine, we took the tram 5 stops to find the ...