Titanic Business Hotel Kartal
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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It's a beautiful warm and sunny morning here. The forecast maximum is only 19°. The top temps in Budapest were warmer which surprises me. It's 9.35am and we are about to get on our way soon. Big day planned today - lots of things to see. ... We left home just after 10am and it's now 8.51pm and we are still out. We are at dinner. My order has come and it was delicious. Pudd is still waiting on his sea bass. It's been a while. I thought I'd use the time ...
... marble columns plundered from various roman sites across the empire, the cistern has the capacity to store 100,000 tonnes of water and is an amazing space to walk through, not least because of the preserved ancient monuments that we're used in its construction, including two immense medusa heads, used as props for two shorter marble columns in the south west corner. The two best and biggest sights, however, are without doubt Hagia Sophia and ...
... the whole trip with us. Next we walked over to the Hagia Sophia. Today the building is called a museum, but I think they just call it that because they don't know what else to call it. Originally it was built as a church and then when the city was captured by the Turks it was converted into a mosque. Now it's a tourist attraction. The sheer size of this building blew my mind. The huge dome was so high overhead you couldn't get your head around how big it really was until you look at ...
... that sells in the supermarket for 2TL is now 8TL, and so on checking out the prices for baked goods you can buy on the streets for 1TL now 8TL.
I've had giant meals for 5TL so this is even making the bus terminal where I got ripped off for lunch look cheap!
The day we arrived in Istanbul we were deeply exhausted from the lack of sleep we had on the overnight bus. We arrived at around 5am and it was still dark at the bus station. As the taxi drove us from the station to taksim, where we had booked our hostel, the sun was rising. The streets were filled with Turkish men and young guys who we assumed were just finishing off a good night out in the town. At first, my thought was where are all the women? But I guess they have ...