Titanic Port Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... with little words in common I can feel her warmth and need to connect with someone from there. Her son owns the petrol pump and lets me use the WIFI free of charge. Yet again a 5 minute stop turns into a longer visit. No need to rush when you have no fixed plans…the way to travel really!
Now in Istanbul… more about it and my travel back to Holland in my next story!
Will be back in NL by mid October, scary and beautiful at the same ...
I don't know what I was thinking when I booked my flight to Istanbul from Dubai. Sometimes the cheapest flights are really not that worth it. My flight was to leave at 9pm and arrive in Istanbul around 1am, after gaining an hour. The airport I chose was not the main airport, and I found out as I was boarding that I would still be an hour away from the city centre. Plus I needed to purchase a visa on arrival as I entered. Had I known all of that it may have not made sense for me to ...
... a new one was needed, the old one was sent to Istanbul as a gift.
The place is crowded, roads clogged with tourist buses, taxis and people!
Right on the top of the hill, or 9 metres under it, is the 7th
century water supply, the Basilica cistern. Built using old columns from Roman and Greek ruins, high domed brick ceilings. Still with 50 cm of water in it and dripping through from
groundwater above, a huge cavern. Carp ...
... We then headed for the iconic Galata Bridge, which links parts of Istanbul. Because of the Ramadan holiday, most of Istanbul appeared to have descended on this area. Family groups were picnicking, dining in cafes, catching ferries that appeared to be going everywhere, walking, or fishing from the top of the bridge. The crowd was quite amazing. When in Istanbul, do as the locals, we thought, so we checked out the sights, drank coffee in one restaurant, ate lunch ...
... the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sofia, two impressive sites rising high above the streets. The grand bizarre was not quite what I expected, many of the shops were selling designer clothes not endless alleys of more ethnic goods and delights. The spice market provided some scents and flavours of the east. The streets were packed with people and the heat relentless and tiring. Alex and I then stumbled across a barbers that did the cut throat shave. It was the first time I had ...