Bilek Hotel Istanbul
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This morning we all went to the turkish baths early in the morning. Because Istanbul is 10 hours ahead of Camarillo, we are still waking up very early so there is time to enjoy the pool and the baths. We like turkish bath so much, my dad said we can come back in the afternoon.
We had a light breakfast on the way to the Grand Bazaar. It's like a mall but it has a lot more things than a mall. It has boxes, ...
... this is part of what has kept them in business since 1888. Sacha ordered the largest meal on the menu – the three meat special- and Nicole ordered the baked lamb. We were seated to watch the kitchen make its magic. Dessert was fresh figs with pudding with teas to close the meal. It was wonderful. Thanks to Zeus, Dan and Kaylan for the recommendation.
After dinner, we made our way to Taksim Square for some people watching and later to Nevizade St. – ...
... the attic of a carpet and kilam shop being schmoozed by the owner of the store. Somehow we got talked into buying a handmade organic wool kilam. Our bartering in Asia must have served us well because we paid less than ¼ of his original asking price. A steal of a deal (we hope)! Of course it didn’t take long for Steve to get tired of walking through the crowded, hectic bazaar so we found a small restaurant on a back street to ...
... place is absolutely amazing... a 5 minute walk from Hagia Sophia and many of the other major sights in Istanbul. It's like the equivalent of being in ChinaTown or L'Enfant Plaza if you were staying in DC. Also everytime I walk out I see Hagia Sophia and the Blue Mosque... it's made a huge difference on this trip just being able to be so flexible. So I rested for 2 hours (no nap since I want to sleep tonight).
After a brief rest-up at the hostel, I went ...
... renovated hostel with some private rooms. It has a wonderful rooftop terrace, providing sweeping views of the city. The Blue Mosque sits on the hill above the building, while below the terrace lies the Sea of Marmara. It's in a small neighborhood, laid out on a network of narrow winding roads. I spent the first night just relaxing on the terrace, enjoying the cool sea breeze and the sights and sounds of the city ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services