Hotel Santa Hill
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... souvenirs we Didn't because its cheaper at Ephesus, came back to ship by 12:40 were are supposed to sail by 1:00 pm,still a bit cloudy with sunny weather no rain. Istanbul is an amazing city to get to know it would take 7-10 days. Had a sleep in afternoon, talked briefly to Ty and Bree on imessage. Went to dinner for 8:45 pm. Walked around upper decks and back to room by 11:35 ...
... bazaar, one little stall had hundreds of little trinkets at fixed prices and we bought a traditional tea set from another fixed price and he even have us 5TL off and a taste of Turkish delight (which is amazing!). We headed back to our hotel for a breather as it's so exhausting being in the markets, on the way back people out the front of restaurants have recognised us from walking that way several times and call us happy Aussie couple and good looking Aussies. This evening ...
... storage area of drinking water for the Topkapi Palace and surrounding area. The cistern was built 500 AD and two of it's pylons supporting the roof rest on Medusa's head. Our next stop was the Grand Bazaar with it's labyrinth like alleys and thousands of shops to browse. The vendors all try to get you involved in a conversation and sell you stuff. It can become rather irritating if you take them seriously, but they are only trying to earn a ...
... Hisari” where we were given 20 minutes to explore – just long enough for an ice cream. We saw two men shelling a huge pail of shrimp, and there were lots of stray cats and dogs there – including a cute little kitten that couldn’t have been more than 6 weeks old, mewing pitifully at us from the roof of a shed. We learned that the animals run free but the dogs are given their shots and then their ear is tagged, so ...
... views of the city and its water-ways. It's probably the best/most contested real estate in the world. After four hours of crowds and lines and priceless artifacts, we walked to ferry terminal at the foot of the Galata Bridge because Max wanted to get fish sandwiches and sour turnip juice, which Lonely Planet suggested... If you like unseasoned fish, plain bread, raw onion and no condiments, this is the spot for you. The sour turnip juice was just pickle juice, ...