Assos Hotel Istanbul
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... better is realised. Packaged, highly processed starchy, grain centered meals make a lot of us sense less than crucial, which clarifies why a Paleo way of living is really well-known. Eating excellent, whole, unprocessed meals make us feel happy. It's basic and it makes sense. My son doesn't like milk products (perhaps they create his tummy harm?) so he personal regulates and prevents the items. I don't like milk sometimes so don't beverage it, but am really part to ...
... some Turkish tea too. The buffalo clotted cream and honey was so delicious with the simit which is a lot lighter than a bagel - not so doughy.
from here we then walked to the ferry terminal to catch a ferry to the Asian side of Istanbul Kadiköy. He gave us a run down of all the foods we are going to be eating... and man let's hope our stomachs are going to stretch haha!!!! 15 different types of food (but one type called meze, we tried 6 different dishes!!! That's ...
... wear that", "why don't ALL the women wear that", "are there many Muslim people in Australia", "what is different, what is the same".....travel certainly takes you away from your own tribe of people, and it's so refreshing for Pete and I to be able to share this experience with our kids, answer some of their questions, let them wonder about others and share a bit of ...
... desserts, nuts a, etc... Every type of biz travelers hung out there. From rich Sheik (and his entire family) to Canadian government workers on their way to Kabul and German family with skanky daughters. Definitely not a bad place to stop. It could be worst. Final departure at 12:40am on June 28. Flight was uneventful but was so regretfully full from the lounge that I didn't eat the entire meal on ...
... as I had today. Or skewered meat, or roasted meat sliced off the stacked pile. There are vegetarian versions but meat and bread dominate. Although there are very colorful vegetable dishes arrayed in shop windows. Like eggplant with cheese, or stuffed zucchini etc. People seem to buy a number of these as a meal and each come on a different small plate. ...