Witt Istanbul Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... employing more than 30,000 people! Westfields eat your heart out!! It was a maze of chaotic, crazy locals and tourists shopping, bargaining, peddling, and sipping tea. We tried to get off the main thoroughfares as the guidebooks suggest, and explored some of the smaller little alleys and lane ways to find old men playing backgammon and a cotton spindle machine whirling around strings of thread.
As I write bits and pieces of this blog whenever I get the time and opportunity, ...
... football) at the sports complex across the street were listening to a radio. We got to our room, went out on our balcony and saw that there was actually a big dance party going on up on the roof of the building. Live music, dancing and the whole thing. It was really fun to watch! We thought it would be done at 10:00 but ... no... it didn't end until around 11:15. Oh well, we had writing and picture management to do anyway so we probably wouldn't have gone to sleep before ...
... completely new angle I disembarked at a small fishing village called Anadolu Kavagi at the confluence of the Bosporus and the Black Sea and Mae the steep climb to the ruined remains of yoros castle, a Byzantine fortress overlooking e narrow strait. The strategic location means that the site has been fortified since the Greek empire to control the northern entrance to the Bosporus. From the top were fantastic views both offer the strait and back towards ...
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The local weekly market where farmers from around Istanbul bring their excellent seasonal produce was a real delight. For a hundred metres on both sides of the street, farmers lined up with incredibly fresh seasonal produce. We also tried cheeses; one that is similar to mozzarella but pulled into strings or threads, the other a goat’s milk cheese which was similar to feta in texture.
Catching a tram, we had a late lunch at ...
... Turkish Bath establishment with a traditional Turkish cutthroat barber service and explained both these traditional practices. Intrigued, Josh opted to get a haircut and blade shave, followed by a complete bath experience inclusive of scrub, massage and facial treatments.
Watching the wet cold blade being used across Josh's throat indeed sent shivers up my spine! steady and still, the barber did what he did best, giving Josh the ...