Assos Hotel Istanbul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... in the afternoon in Istanbul, after a lovely flight on British Airways. We found our way to our apartment and rested until dinner time. We went down the road to a little place for dinner. Our first Turkish meal was refreshing. Lots of delicious flavours.
The next day we went to the Istanbul Modern. Pretty cool, but as N said, it was more like a really, really good grad show. We had an overpriced meal at the Gallery, but it was pretty tasty. ...
... multimedia arrangements behind glass cabinets full of objects relevant to each chapter of the book. It was really interesting, and would've been even more so if I'd read the book, which I will now do. I returned back to the hostel after a ****** hotdog and met up with the girls. We relaxed a bit more then went out for dinner to this really nice lounge place. Deejay insisted on treating us and ordering a few ...
We had said farewell to Mel and Chris last night and this morning we and the Palks had a reasonably leisurely start to the day compared to them. They left at 4.30 am. 23 hours of travel ahead of us we found the process relatively smooth going. Only hiccup was me leaving ...
Going to Istanbul I was not sure what I would see and how the culture would be. I have been to Turkey before, but that was the coast at Antalya. Here you would only find tourists. And it was just another beach holiday. But Istanbul on the other hand is completely different.
Istanbul has a beautiful infrastructure mixed with some old buildings, a lot of new malls houses an restaurant and a ...
... for the public system so most good ones have left for the private sector. We certainly had more than a cooking education and enjoyed the afternoon immensely. We also went to the Spice Bazaar, also known as the Egyptian bazaar since originally most spices came from Egypt. Fresh produce, dried fruits (wonderful figs), nuts of every imaginable type, spices, teas, and heavenly baklava filled the air ...