Bilek Hotel Istanbul
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the hotel put us in a bit of a downer. We dropped off our luggage and set out looking for food. Our mood seemed to improve quickly as we saw many cats in our short walk up the hill. We stopped at the first "meat cooked on a rotisserie" sandwich shop and bought 4 chicken sandwiches for a total of $7 Canadian. Between the cats and the cheep lunch, my love for Istanbul was bound to flourish. Cafes spilt onto the street, happy hour looked delicious. We snooped in ...
... traffic, we can actually hold a conversation above the general noise! Around town are lots of cordoned off streets with police at barriers, were not sure what's happening but we suspect yesterday's football match is in fact today's football match. We walk back past the stadium and there is a small crowd inside, on the hillside there is also a small crowd the view IOC the pitch is very good from here, a bit ...
... knew exactly what to show us, because we almost bought one.
A couple of months before arriving in Istanbul, we had reached out to the local YPO chapter to connect with a member and their family during our visit. That evening, we had made plans to have dinner with Cem, a YPOer from Istanbul, and his family. As it turns out, Cem had studied at UT and lived in Austin for six years. What a wonderful coincidence. Unfortunately, his wife's plane was delayed ...
... clear where they came from or how on the hell they got them there?
The major one covered the a large area of floor(?). It has all sorts of images from mystical and hunting to wars and to the very ordinary and domestic. I encourage comments on what the guys in the zoom in are doing with the 'wheels'. They are in the 'agricultural' section of the mosaic so my vote was seed sowing but suggestions welcome.
... and the Galatasaray fans were parading down the street covered in fake
blood, chanting and waving flares around! It was quite scary, it was lucky that
there were no Fenerbahçe fans around as there could have been a fight. There
were also protesters at the end of the street and riot police were waiting
around with a water canon just in case things got nasty. Luckily nothing bad
happened while we were there and we got back to the hotel safely. ...