Elite World Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsElite World Hotel Istanbul
Our booking agent chose this hotel for us. We prefer to be where the action is so we wouldn't normally stay in a hotel this far away.
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... in the area I decided to break and have lunch, a local told me I must go to Burc Ocakbasi, and get the Kofte. I was skeptical at first, it was a small, held only a few tables that lined an ally way. I trusted the local and got the Kofte, which is minced lamb meatballs with herbs. WOW! they were delicious and I would defiantly recommend this as a must have to anyone traveling to turkey. After my break I take a ...
... he took some video of outside and the interior, we swopped cards, he works in media, maybe we will be featured in a local programme!
Whilst this is all happening, Les is again trying to find the fault on the oven. Later in the afternoon I take a walk over to the car show, some people have gone and the rest have moved their cars into a large circle, the men are still taking photographs, I get some strange looks as I take some photos,just for all you guys following ...
... and art galleries. It even proudly hosted the first official NBA store to be launched outside of North America.
As it turned out, we were there on a national holiday and the streets were jammed with people....and I mean shoulder to shoulder. The crowd consisted of families with little children, couples in western dress, couples in traditional Muslim dress, nuns, young women smartly dressed in stylish garb.....essentially a cross section of Istanbul with an ...
DAY 1 We started our tour with a down day. The tour group picked us up in the arvo and took us to another hotel in Istanbul. We met a couple from Melbourne called Wayne and Colleen. I was reminded that we live in a small world. They used to live in Port Elliot about 20 years ago and Wayne was a high school teacher at Victor Harbor (which is where I went) and a coach at the Goolwa footy club (which is where my brother played). What are the chances of being on the same tour on the ...
... with flags. We weren’t sure if to take it with the Hagia Sophia or with the Blue mosque, but we finally decided for the Blue Mosque because it looked much nicer than the Hagia Sophia to have a picture.
After taking a lot of pictures with our flags we head to Topkapi Palace which was the primary residence of the Sultans in the Ottoman period, in these days it is just a museum showing a lot of pieces of history especially related to the Muslim world. Since Tez ...