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. …
... kayaking and wandering round the area.
From Olympos we headed to Antalya for a quick dinner and wander around the Old Town and harbor (we wished we’d had more time to explore as it seemed like a cool area). Then we hopped on an over night bus to Cappadocia.
After another restless night on a bus and an ongoing battle with the Japanese girls behind us about how far back we were permitted to recline our seats we arrived ...
David and I took the tram from Sultanahmet to Kabataş. The ferries depart from here. The research I did the night before proved unhelpful. The fast ferry I read about only operates on the weekend during springtime. There was no option but to take the slow ferry. A local man kindly helped us out and gave us a timetable. We learned subsequently that he owned a restaurant on the biggest island - BŁyŁkada.
No cars!! Only ...
Our first stop was the Basilica Cistern, built in 532, a vast under ground water storage tank held up by lots of giant columns. It had a surprisingly dry atmosphere and the classical music and lighting made it feel quite magical. Surprisingly there were some very big fish where swimming around in the tank and seemed to be doing well in perpetual darkness. I was impressed by the four metre waterproof walls and thought Georgian Bath could have done with ...