Housez Suites and Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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After an initial rejection by a rather large Turkish taxi driver in front of one of the ferry stations, we were able to find a taxi to take us to Taksim Square. Taksim square is the heart of modern Istanbul. Physically, it is a large circle surrounded by modern hotels, shops and historical edifices. In the middle is Independence Monument that commemorates the Republic's founder Kemal Ataturk. To the north is the Ataturk Cultural Center. To the south is ...
... a cab. 45mins and 150 lira later we rolled up to what looked like a deserted building.
We were greeted kindly though by a very tired looking concierge and shown to our room where we could not have been happier. Our bags were dumped on the ground and then our bodies in the luxuriously comfortable bed of a nice 4 star hotel, for a fantastic nights sleep.
Having opted to stay in Sultanahmet which is both the historic and tourist epicentre of Istanbul we had the ...
... are no cars allowed on any of the islands except for a few service vehicles. People get around by horse cart, foot or bicycle. We rented bicycles and biked around the island. We also hiked to a peak at the top of the island which had a church dedicated to St. George.
After our bike ride and hike, we ate at one of the restaurants on the pier that our guide knew well. We had an amazing seat - by ourselves on a little piece of the ...
... of room to stretch out. The flight should have been two hours, but we were advised that there was so much air traffic in Istanbul, that we had to circle for a while. We eventually landed close to midnight, and it was already Sunday by the time we got into the huge line for immigration. I had purchased our Turkish visas on-line before we left, in the false hope that it would save us time. I was wrong. The ...
... get you so far.
This mornıng I left Shrewsbury at about 7.30am and now I am sıttıng ın a 4 star hotel in İstanbul.
Everythıng went smoothly at Manchester thıs mornıng. The only nagging thought I had in my head was about the weıght of my baggage. Turkısh Aırlınes gave me 42kg (12kgs over what I should have had) to enable me to get all the donated ...