Piccolo Mondo Hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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... and another random visitor`s) plus modern technology made watching a totally forgettable film an unforgettable experience.
-The Hamam experience. That was an expensive one in every sense. An extremely unfriendly naked Turkish grandma with her belly and breasts hanging almost to the ground giving me a rough scrub-massage treatment while seemingly mocking me in Turkish was a far cry from my previously conceived image of a ...
... the day before, he light a prayer candle and had prayed for a victory. He also said a small prayer inside the Blue Mosque. Now we know, God is a Warriors fan. Given the short day, we packed our bags before setting out to visit the famous Cisterns followed by the Archeological Museum. The kids found the Cisterns creepy and the museum boring, proof that it is time to leave the big city. We had hoped to take a ferry trip across the Bosphorus but time ran short and we ...
... quite good. cats. dogs. some in better shape then others. (only the fast ones live). a big street closed to vehicles - sorta a big robson st ish. you could buy gap jeans and eat turkish delight and listen to a group of young turks playing a cajone and a turkeyized version of the bagpipes. and rockin it. groups of men drinking endless cups of tea on patios. otoman toffee in 6 colours. cobblestones. a babuska feeding pigeons in taksim square. a woman in a burqa with ...
... Cami and the Hagia Sofia are found. My calm morning was over, the hussel of the Bazaar seemed to have spilled out into the main area and well the tourist buses were a plenty. It has to been seen, but enjoying a quite uncrowded view of the first few mosques was much preferred. It was only minutes into walking into the beautiful manicured park between the two that I was approached yet again by another suitor...well if he wants to practice his English ...
... Turkish coffee was amazing and I rate it nr 3 of my coffee countries following Italy and Vietnam. Eating or drinking in restaurants is very expensive, a cup of nescafe costs $2, but buying food (and coffee) at supermarkets was cheap, so try to find a hostel with a kitchen. You can buy kebabs with lamb or chicken everywhere and quality differs a lot depending on where you buy, but the real thing is amazing, good kebab is about $4. We ate at cafeteria style places ...