Tria Hotel Istanbul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Making our way to Istanbul today, but first visited the Kabatepe Information Centre & Museum in the National Park, great multi-stage audio-visual display / presentation of the Battle of the Dardanelles and the Gallipoli landings at Helles Point and Anzac, but from the Turkish point of view. After drove up to Anzac again for a swim off North …
Excellent breakfast at the Tria Hotel, even down to honey dripping off a fresh honey comb. Bus to ferry at the Golden Horn, then 2-3 hours on ferry up and down the Bosphorus Straits, visiting the elaborate hunting palace of the Sultans en route. Many other historic buildings to see as well as 2 spectacular suspension bridges spanning the straits. …
... re-checked at the transit security check a guy asked me in English if anyone spoke German and I automatically replied with a "yes". A polish woman (who spoke German but not English or Turkish) apparently bought a bottle of Whiskey on the plane but had no receipt for it. I had to tell her now that she was not allowed to bring this bottle through security. She told me she was very upset, which I relayed to the man who told me to talk to ...
... oldest and largest markets in the world and spectacular in its own right. It has 4000 shops, all under roof with 58 streets. The building is quite ornate and is renown across the world. As with Claire however, I was keen to get out of the hustle Bustle of the environment after spending around 20 minutes in it. You would not go to Istanbul however without visiting it. After finishing there, we returned to our ship. We were running late as ...
... little over $50 a day for those 35 days, including tolls, ferries, parking, diesel, insurance, our Tom-Tom, etc .The freedom it gave us is irreplaceable. That’s much less than joining a multi-day tour with a group and we have a problem keeping the same pace as a 'group’. Sometimes, we will join a day tour or rent the audio guides at some sites. For us in Turkey, a good guide book and a Tom-Tom was all we wanted and all we ...