Yusufpasa Konagi Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... onto the back. So, as I said we are staying in the new town, which is across the river, and currently we are in old town that is where the grand bazaar is, it's not to bad if you find yourself lost, as it's all rather hilly. You just head down untill you find the water, find the bridge going over the water, go over the bridge, and head up to the top of that hill and you're back where you belong. All well and said as long as your heading down towards the correct ...
... summer is just around the corner.
After lunch, we walked down to the port, trying to find one of the recommended coffee places. After a full lap and about an hour of walking (the map not exactly to scale…), we found Bej, a cool sixties style café that served up a short macchiato – we just can't do the Turkish stuff. It requires a level of skill (to not suck up the grounds at the bottom of the cup) that takes years to learn. I think they’re in ...
The day started with excitement; the Turkish Tax Office, probably like every other tax office in the world. We met our agent and started the paperwork for the car. Actually pretty straightforward and we should get the car on Tuesday; if not I guess it will be Wednesday and we will have to stay longer; and the problem is?
The paperwork took most of the morning and once free we headed off to the Topkapi Palace. To say it was crowded would be a serious ...
... concert in Istanbul.
St. Anthony's is a basilica, which essentially means it's a large, important church that has been given special ceremonial rights by the Pope. Additionally, it is the largest Roman Catholic Church in Istanbul. Located right in the middle of a bustling entertainment and business area called Taksim Square (according to Oscar, one might liken it to the Times Square of NYC), St. Anthony's ...
... holiday. The city was buzzing with tourists and locals enjoying the holiday festivities. If you are on Facebook you might have read about our disturbed sleep on our second night. From 10pm until 3am young children ran up and down the hotel corridor screaming, crying, laughing, slamming doors, calling out to their parents who were sleeping in another room some distant from their brats! From my observation, the children appeared out of control and unruly ...