Sirkeci Park Hotel
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... going into the old city the driver told us to get out as he said there were traffic problems. Fortunately a Canadian couple with us were in another hotel nearby and told us how to walk back. Thankfully we found a different attitude from other Turkish people we had met at the hotel and in cafés who gave us unexpected gifts or free drinks. We allowed enough time to get to our next hotel on the other side of ...
Jet lagged, sun-burnt and feeling fabulous on my first full day in Istanbul. We are just coming back from dinner and can I just say, wow. Although many people do not speak English, they are so polite and very professional. At dinner, there was an abundance of food coming at me from all angles. Also, I am fortunate for my curiosity and eagerness to taste ethnic foods. In many foreign cultures, food is tradition. It is a way for families and ...
Hostel mornings; hit or miss breakfast, check social media, shower, make sure your belongings are secure in a locker, and that you have everything you need for a BIG day.
Graham, Cameron and I walked through the back streets of Kadikoy looking at gigantic walls of graffiti, and stopping at a little market to pick up some batteries. We took the ferry (which was becoming a fun morning ritual) and looked through the spice markets. Men yelled at us ...
Today was very tiring. We started out the day with mincemeat pastries for breakfast at a simit chain store which were quite nice and then finished the bus tour we started yesterday. We crossed the river to the asian side and visited Beylerbeyi Palace. It was very opulent inside. The level of detail in the decorations and upholstery was awe inspiring. Unfortunatly we were not allowed to take photos, it really was stunning. We had intended to visit another ...
... Sophia and then entered the Topkapi Palace area with its impressive stone gates and walls, gardens and courtyards.
We had lunch at a typical Turkish restaurant. -Fish , salad and of course effes beer.
After lunch we then coached to the covered Grand Bazaar. The Bazaar was packed with visitors such as ourselves. The atmosphere consisted of the smell of spices, the din of hundreds of people talking in a way that no words ...