Istanbul Comfort Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Hello, lovely people! My apologies for getting behind on posts. It's been a whirlwind! We're now in our second week of school and classes are pretty tough. I'll give you a rundown of a typical day at school before I move on to our excursions. Bogazici University (to any Turkish friends, I know I'm spelling it wrong) is divided into a few campuses. The campus on which I have class is a 15-20 minute walk from my dorm and down ...
... early, so all of the bars were fairly empty. We settled on a bar that had nearly as many floors as people (5 floors for about a dozen people) and had a couple of beers.
For dinner, we had hoped to go to a grill restaurant that I had read about, but there were no tables available, so we settled for a buffet style cafe just off of the main strip. It was a nice introduction to Turkish cuisine, as we shared a number of dishes. Our spread included ...
... pace and then spent the night clubbing. So I decided to take it easy today. I bummed around the hostel for a couple hours before heading out noonish.
There are 2 places that sell the museum hopper, the Hagia Sophia and the Mosiac Museum. After talking to the receptionist at the hostel I decided to get my pass at the Mosiac Museum. While it took me like 15 minutes to find the place (tucked away on a side street of some bazaar) there was no line for the ...
... blood and we then discussed a lot about Mongolia’s common historic roots with Turkey. Soon he ended up taking pictures of me and we started talking. I ended up going to his shop, he offered me Turkish tea and gave me a book on Turkey showing me the country, it’s history and local places to go to. Being raised in a country
like Australia we are often told that people are ...
... on the way We walked up to the Blue Mosque and weren't sure about going in We were soon hustled by a VERY friendly Turkish man who just wanted to show us through the Mosque. As soon as he latched onto us we knew he wanted something.His tour was informative but he spoke 100 miles and hour and then he said "the only thing I ask you is you visit my family's handicraft shop..... "Here we go! So inside the mosque is amazing,with the beautiful hand painted tiles a few quick photos ...