Piccolo Mondo Hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... I'm staying and found a nice little cafe for dinner, Aloran Cafe, the man was talking Turkish to me and I was like sorry English? And he goes oh my god, I thought you were Turkish, look at your eyes, made my day haha. I watched them cook the food and had some lamb kebabs and apple tea was yummy. Early night for me, big day of sightseeing and grand bazaar shopping ...
... at the airport. She was kind enough to hand me some paper towel so I didn't have to walk over to get it myself. A small act of kindness, as a goodbye to this land and a thank you to the many incredible and incredulous adventures I've had for the past month. Goodbye India, this was an experience the memory of which I will treasure for the rest of my life. I wanted to do some deep reflexion and asked myself if I have grown spiritually during this trip, if I were a ...
... to continue on our whirlwind through the city we all kind of spontaneously paused for a moment, seemingly taking in the gravity and spirituality of this great building, regardless of everyone’s personal faith.
Having not quite gotten our fill of bartering and crazy people watching the day before, we headed back for one more spin through the Grand Bazaar to conclude our sight-seeing for the day. When we arrived we quickly realized how “slow” it ...
... built to protect his daughter until her 18th birthday. On her 18th birthday the emperor brought her a basket of fruits as a birthday gift, however, an asp hiding amongst the fruits bit the young princess and she died just as the oracle had said. Hence the name Maiden's Tower.
Uskudur was very European and there wasn't much to do there so we decided to see if we could get to the market. After asking quite a few locals ...
... bit or medium sugar is the go.
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 ...