Bilek Hotel Istanbul
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... you, the rich know how to live. My drink - bourbon and ginger ale - came on a silver tray. The tray held a glass of bourbon and ice and a glass Erlenmeyer flask of ginger ale. To one side, a silver stirring rod sat in a silver holder, like a (fancy) pencil in a (fancy) pencil cup. A bowl of warmed mixed nuts and a dish of spiced olives followed. A waiter discreetly set down a fresh newspaper. And then they left me alone to enjoy my drink. Later, I decided to smoke ...
... crossing. You would have seen the ferry already so the sales office is just next to it. We had some kind of promotion when we were there and paid only 7.80TL for the short trip. After buying the tickets you can baord the ferry, the best seats are definitely on the open air area on the side. You need to go early for these seats as they get filled up very quickly when the weather ...
... Istanbul for Cappadocia. After traveling through Asia and bits of the Middle East and Northern Africa, the Grand Bazaar seemed less exotic than it did from our kitchen table in Berkeley. We managed to get out with just one item – worry beads handmade of ebony and silver (we hope since that's what we paid for). Alex pulled it out when we got on our Pegasus Air flight to Kayseri. It seems appropriate to be skeptical when flying an airline named after a mythical ...
Istanbul (Constantinople) by Day. We were up just after 5am this morning to shower and pack our bags for Istanbul. A quick dash up to Level 13 to the back of the boat to the Sahara restaurant to grab a bite to eat and then back down to Level 5 to the front end of the boat to the royal Theatre to meet our tour. To offset all the eating, it is our practise to only use lifts in case of extreme emergency, ie desperate for the bathroom or very late for dinner/show. When you consider ...
... in the Rustem Pashi Mosque. Mehmet talked and answered our questions about his muslim religion as men came quietly into the mosque to pray. It was a good ending to the day.
We then walked back to the waterfront, where we traveled back across the Bosporus on the ferry and on to our hotel. Dinner this evening was as a group at the hotel.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center