TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Gulbaba Istanbul
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... 1072;ть. Мне не было страш 85;о или трево 78;но, я прост 86; стоял 72; и улыба 83;ась город 91;. Позво ...
... highest point in Cappadocia.
The top of the Uchisar Castle, provides a magnificent panorama of the surrounding area with Mount Ercyiyes in the distance.
Ankara: The second largest city of Turkey
Ataturk Mausoleum: The restingplace of the founding father of the Turkish Republic.
Bosphorus Cruise: Enoy cruiding through Bosporus - world's narrowest strait used ...
... fixtures that hung only 10 feet off the ground. The whole place was carpeted but I understand why we took off our shoes but hundreds of people walking around holding there stinky shoes doesn't make for a very nice aroma. We went back to the grand bazar this place is crazy!
Our last day we hung around the hostel and chatted with a few people, we didn't want to stray far because we were getting another shuttle back to the airport. Going to Australia!!
... and is thankfully uneventful. At Istanbul we have a 5 hour wait but at least we will have time to check out the newly refurbished Turkish Airlines Club lounge. As we plonk ourselves down near the unlimited booze and food section and access the wifi Sarah starts reading out a review of the lounge and it seems that we may qualify for a private suite in which to lay our heads. As we are also next to Concierge I wander over and casually ask and before I know it I am being ...
... from the Cave Hotel but we cant get the air-con working and boy its warm!
We meet with our 40-strong Topdeck team and our leader, Michelle (who's from Palmerston North) at the hotel bar for a briefing at 7pm, and get introduced to our Turkish guide Umut. Umut was going to give us his English name but has since discovered that its translation is feminine!
At 8pm we all head to a local bar, 4 story's high, with a ...