Best Nobel Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Nobel Hotel Istanbul
The best nobel hotel had great service and were very helpful. My only critiques would be that the room was very small for 5 or even 4 people and the shower was broken so you had to hold the handle, besides that it was awesome.
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Lunchtime flight on Turkish Airlines to Istanbul. Bit worried at the airport when they said we should have a prearranged visa to stop in Turkey. We'd not thought about that but it seems we can obtain one on arrival. Settled down on the aeroplane with a glass of fresh orange and a cube of Turkish delight. Food really good again although cold spinach and yoghurt not ...
... it was, as here we were able to take our time exploring what is now a national museum but had in the past been a church and a mosque. Great restoration is in progress there with the biggest scaffolding I've ever seen sitting along one side of the interior. Fortunately there was enough for us to explore and marvel at, particularly the extensive mosaics and marble work, to keep us busy for some time. The tombs outside the building were ...
... as the Turkish Versailles with its 4.5 tonne chandelier! (more pics) Caught funicular up to Taksim Square and walked down thru busy mall to the Galatia Bridge where we caught the tram back to our side of the Bosphorus.
Thoroughly enjoyed our time in Istanbul.
... of the day declared dinnertime. Chad and I have no doubt that the muezzin in town battle it out over the loudspeakers, especially for final call, like dueling DJs at a rave, for a shot at the Blue Mosque gig. On our last night we had a drink at sundown on a rooftop and listened to a few throw down.
Turkey seems to be Islam Light though, with most shops and restaurants open throughout the day, I did not see people drop to their knees at ...
... to the Netherlands, Algeria, I think America but most important to the UK. We visited regularly, going by train (a pure nightmare), by car (not much better) and finally when I turned 12 for the first time by plane without parental or grand parental supervision. I will never forget the packing ordeal. My stay was a bit more than three weeks, luggage limited and my aunt craving for Leberwurst, baking powder, Schwarzbrot, ...