Star Hotel Istanbul
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in the ambience. This is another important stop on the Silk Route – where spices and other items were bought and sold. Must see and one shouldn’t miss all the wonderful aromas.
... Galata/ Beyoğlu areas of Istanbul are filled with boutiques, book stores, trendy galleries and cafés. There is a quaint old-fashioned tram that takes passengers up and down the main road to and from the heart of Istanbul - Taksim Square. The Independence Monument is in the circle at the southern end of the square commemorating the Turkish Republic's founder, Kemal Atatürk, in both his roles, as military commander-in-chief and as statesman. ...
... home by Byblos Bakery. Even though Turkey is the birthplace of baklava, I think I just happen to like the knockoff North American versions better!
Perhaps it's because I'm like the Canadian that thinks the best Chinese foods are ginger beef and sweet and sour chicken balls, even though they know it's nothing like authentic Chinese food. Or perhaps it's because I'm not enlightened or pure enough to fully understand the Baklava ...
After an absolutely amazing sleep we were once again woken up bright and early! Today was our last day together as a group and we had a jam packed day of sightseeing around Istanbul ahead of us. We were out of the hotel by 8am and everyone still looked half asleep! Our first stop was a cruise on the Bosphorus river which was freezing!! The temperature had massively dropped but we were all still dressed for summer! Luckily there was ...
... meet our guide, get on the bus, and get to the church where the concert was going to be performed! We walked out of the airport and met our tour guide Oscar. He was very nice and got us onto the bus and welcomed us to Turkey. He gave us lots of information and reviewed our itinerary for the day. When we got closer to where we would be performing we had to get off the bus due to traffic and we walked into one of the main centers of Istanbul, know as Taxim Square. It was very ...