Tria Hotel Istanbul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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. …
... shop, This is the posh end if Istanbul, one road is full of expensive car showrooms, a lovely line up of Range Rovers, Lamborghinis, Aston Martins, you get the idea. Back at the campsite the Dutch people are arriving back from their day out,they all arrive at the same time, they must be traveling all together.
Les sorted uploaded some photos whilst Chef cooked tea. We then planned how to get the bus or train into the city tomorrow.
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... and in a shop front window a Fully automatic machine gun - sweet lets buy 2!! A good Turkish souvenir haha. We thought that was enough craziness for an afternoon - we had crammed 3 tourist spots within 2 1/2 hours, great use of time haha! Back to the hotel for dinner (awesome food and great view with the sun going down) then an early night as we get picked up from the hotel for Gallipoli at 6am!!! Argghhhh... Catch ya later, Andrea and ...
... Istanbul was how many cats there are. These stray cats are clearly well-fed and cared-for, and each restaurant or cafe seems to have at least one that it looks after. The churches, mosques and museums also all have resident cats wandering their grounds. There were actually cats inside the Hagia Sophia. It's probably a good practice in terms of keeping rodents away, but it was still surprising to see. After finishing with Hagia Sophia, we walked over to the ...