Q Hotel Istanbul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul
... br> before you shower down and head back to your private room to lay down and get
changed… Awesome. I also opted for the straight blade shave…. I walked out of that
Hamam a new man…. J
Only in Turkey is there more money in urine than there is in transport! You can travel on the Metro or Tram for over an hour for 2 Lira (AUD$1), but to
urinate, costs you 1 Lira!!! Classic!!!
I was introduced to the way they ...
... Mr. Fatih's shoulder. As she did, her right buttock popped onto my lap. it was one hell of a slab. When the driver braked, it would slide down my leg and then be promptly returned to my lap. Mr. Fatih was constantly churning his worry beads. If she'd been mine, I would have been worried too. The bus trip was again an eye opener as to sheer size of Istanbul, it took 2 hours to get to the airport. I got off with a numb left leg and cursed the Fatihs.
... so we did our best. Kelly was interested in a silk scarf that started at 150 Turkish Lira (TL) and, when asked what the ‘best price’ was, he said 120 TL. She said “no” and started walking away. I was behind her, and he followed me saying “Okay, 100.” I kept walking and he said “Okay, 90….80….50….” and then he stuffed it my bag, saying “You’re killing me, but ...
... or ferry. The token is put into a slot at the turnstile at the entrance to the public transport. It is all user friendly and easy for a tourist to understand and operate. We had a very romantic dinner at a lovely restaurant, called Amedros. The waiters were most understanding of Liz's gluten free requirements and even produced rice cakes instead of bread when they bought out a plate of olives. We shared the ...
... the city.
One of my 'bucket list' things to do in Istanbul was to experience a Turkish bath. The rest of the group weren't that keen, so, not wanting to go on my own, I decided not to go. But we did get to enjoy another experience on my 'bucket list'...eating a fish sandwich from a stall on the Galata Bridge. It was a great end to a truly memorable day in what I can only describe as a fascinating city. The hours spend in queues today have bend well worth it!