Bilek Hotel Istanbul
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of complimentaries, such as bread and dips, baklava and apple tea. The champions league final was on after dinner so we headed for a nearby bar. Adam arrived before me and ordered a coke. The cheeky bar was charging a standard amount for all drinks, so it ended up being the most expensive coke we'll ever have TL20 (nz$10!). We stayed until half time but couldn't keep our eyes open, so headed back to the hotel for bed. It was already our last night in ...
... connected with the Prophet Mohammed. Once upon a time, access to these artifacts was only allowed to the Sultan, his family and their guests. A cleric is always present who sings Koranic verses, at all time. This tradition has continued for hundreds of years. But despite it all, you fail to feel the atmosphere I described yesterday, simply because it was so crowded. So, I got lunch in the palace cafe. I went to the bathroom, and as I entered the door I ...
... after the tea and Raki we were obliged to come in and get something for good luck. Once inside he quickly began showing us table runners and we said we did not want to buy. He became very angry and told us it was rude not to buy after all the hospitality he showed us. We just walked out. After reflecting a bit we both were disappointed that we did not share how we felt about his hospitality. It kind of left a ...
... before the Ottomans conquered the city in 1453 and transformed it into an Islamic stronghold and the seat of the last caliphate. Istanbul's strategic position along the historic Silk Road, rail networks to Europe and the Middle East, and the only sea route between the Black Sea and the Mediterranean have helped foster an eclectic populace. Approximately 11.6 million foreign visitors arrived in Istanbul in 2012, two years after it was named a ...
... walls and the brick work was quite rough (sloped walls for the earthquake protection), but when the Romans came through for Troy 5-7 they had begun using hand tools so the structure of the walls was a lot smoother and square. The marble work was amazing, again all done by hand...it was so even and smooth, I don't think people nowadays could even attempt anything as good by hand!! It was a pretty interesting place to visit, ...