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... city tour. We used Senkron for a half day tour of the Bosphorus and Golden Horn, with some additional city points of interest. For this we paid 35 Euro. To be honest, too much time was spent gathering people at hotels spread around the city. There was also a problem with reloading people onto three buses. As we cruised the waterways, the loudspeaker on the upper deck alerted us to points of interest on each bank. Sulemaniye Mosque stands majestically above modern ...
... that had retained its original painted walls. The food was great! We enjoyed helping ourselves to the Meze and tasting all the different flavours. We looked through the window to the display of dishes the cook was preparing and picking one that he recommended, and when we asked for the bill we were presented with Turkish tea and a Turkish dessert. We came to realize that asking for the bill in Turkey often meant that we would be presented with complimentary tea in a ...
... hostel, got some beers for the rooftop happy hour while overlooking the Acroplis..then grabbed some authentic Greek food for dinner...now we are back and the stupid drunks in our room have unplugged the air conditioner because they are stupid and were cold...I can't reach it without waking them and starting a fight...so they best hope it doesn't get too hot tonight. Love you all, will post more deets and pics when I can stay awake. ...
... were told the delay was due to technical problems and they had to eventually get another plane. Hence the delay. We think they must have got it out of the museum - an ancient old thing it was too! Even still had cigarette ashtrays in the arm rests. The entertainment was displayed on two ancient computer screens above each of the isles - about a 12" screen and partially hidden by the bulkhead. An added problem was that it wasn't a good ...
... the last few days). Perfect day for an adventure. Where to go first? Great, I gotta walk down Istiklal Ave AGAIN to get to the tram. I am really starting to hate this street.
I decided to take the tram to get to the bridge I needed to cross to get to an adjacent island where all the famous destinations are. For a city that attracts millions of tourists every year, Istanbul could be much easier to take public transportation. No real map to look at for subway, tram or ...
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