Best Nobel Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- 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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In the corner as you entered we noticed a small tv showing a 20 minute film outlining the history of the building, so we sat and watched that before exploring further. As the history shows, it has gone through several reconstructions, changes and numerous additions over the years. Its 3rd construction took 5 years, 10,000 workers and 1000 expert masons. We walked around under the huge dome and 107 colossal columns, to the upper gallery level with the sparkling ...
... mentioned it but Marks been bumping into things like signs etc quite a bit lol. The four of us had a lovely lunch. It was called Testi something! A Turkish traditional dish Jed had heard about. Lamb & chicken with veges cooked in a clay pot then served flaming & the bottom is tapped off & then the food poured out onto the plate - was very yummy. We were also served a platter of hummus, olives, tomatoes etc along with beer & wine, it was very nice. Was a really nice ...
... Iznik tiles. Tour the Byzantine Hippodrome, where chariot racing and other sporting events were held. Finished with a cruse on the Bosphorus River. Michael Jerks would love a visit on the Bosphorus as there were people fishing everywhere. I should have taken his advice to pack a fishing line. Tempted to ask if I could have a go of the fishing ...
... couscous, and a few other things I couldn't make out. Interesting options, but the potato was a nice change from the typical fare.
After lunch, we walked back, picked up our laundry, came back to the hotel, repacked our bags and took a nap. I guess this traveling is taking a bit more out of us then we'd like to think. While it wasn't an exciting day, it was nice to rest and tomorrow will be busy. We plan on heading to the islands and spending the day there, an escape from the ...
... with different eyes. That’s a pretty tall order given the differences between our two countries, but of the many things that we have learned and experienced, there is one aspect that really stands out: religion. I have never been in a country where religion seems so evidently the determinant of culture. People wear their religion, if not on their sleeves, then quite literally on their heads. I have focused on Hinduism, quite appropriately ...