Assos Hotel Istanbul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... even Ben despite it being a Halal restaurant with no alcohol! (I didn't know that when we booked). The food was great and the quality of the meat excellent. All of the kids made beautiful speeches and everyone felt all fuzzy and warm inside.
Then after the main course they brought a big slice of cake to the table lit with candles and sparklers... And we sang happy birthday again!
A short walk after dinner and then back to the hotel for ...
... a standard meals theory for many years, indicating we eat mainly grain, cereal products, a loaf of bread and pasta, even though constraining fats and health proteins. The dairy board also has drummed into us the necessity of daily ingestion of milk and cheese. We have been told repeatedly cereals and dairy products are a fantastic source of diet and without these food groups our diet regime is going to be lacking in fibre, calcium mineral and other necessary nutrient ...
... time to do a bit of wandering around and to grab some doners and beer for dinner.
September 10, 2013
We spent most of today hanging out at the hotel because Pam wasn't feeling well. We found some ketchup chips, I thought these were just a Canadian thing?
September 11, 2013
Our plan today was to visit all of the sights in the Sultanahmet area. There were 4 'must see’ stops that we wanted to ...
... W) was the first of the two. It's called the Blue Mosque because of the blue tiles on the interior walls, but I had to look that up so they weren't all that obvious. What I did notice was the acoustics of the building. From anywhere in the mosque I could hear virtually everything else going on with equal amplitude to the people around me talking. I was also amazed to notice that the main doorways had marble thresholds ...
... 5 Turkish Lire reduction! Score). Our respective glasses of delicious cinnamon & apple tea results in a desperate search for a loo. It's an experience I can't ever speak about - what happens in a 'traditional Turkish style toilet', stays in a traditional Turkish toilet. The one and only high point is an elderly American lady in a blue velour jumpsuit turning to me in the queue and enquiring, panic-stricken: 'You mean I gotta ...