Eresin Taxim Premier
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... and of course, the Sultan. Rifles gleam with rich wood inlaid with bones, jewels, and ivory.
Up to this point, the crowds have been bearable, but entering another courtyard reveals what seem to be endless lines snaking their way through the palace's largest two buildings. I want to just turn around - I am already sunburned and can't fathom two twenty minute lines without any shade. But I'm already there, and am pretty intrigued by what may lay behind those imperial walls that ...
... spice market. Something for every sense here. The smells are amazing and it is such a hectic place. It was now time for the Turkish bath. Alex couldn’t participate because it probably wasn’t good for his skin but the girls went for it. 69 Turkish Lira and this is what happens:
“A person taking a Turkish bath first relaxes in a room (known as the warm room) that is heated by ...
... what was even worse, I got lost by a graveyard. Who does that? I stood there helplessly, sopping wet, holding up my map trying to figure out where I was. All I wanted was to get out, to end my tour prematurely, to find the bus back to the more populated tourist areas. I saw the walls. I was done.
And that was when everything changed. You know that phrase, “it gets worse before it gets better?” I should have known, then I wouldn’t have been so grumpy. ...
... and full of cute little shops and restaurants. The Bosphorus Suspension bridge is here connecting the East to the West - Europe to Asia. The views are very nice. The 'delicacy' of the area is an interesting one - Baked Potatoes - there are restaurants and kiosks everywhere and they are all yelling and competing for your business. You go and get your huge baked potato that is already split open and the potato has been mashed with some cheese - ...
... time. I think you could spend two weeks in Istanbul and only see half the city. Compared to Beirut it is overwhelmingly enormous; however, it has the public transportation system to make the size manageable. It is a really interesting, history filled city. We were only able to scratch the service of the city's character, seeing the typical sites and neighborhoods. I will look forward to the day when I get to return to Istanbul and finish the tour. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center