Grand Oztanik Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... the night. I had my first taste of a sweaty burger. HOLY! It is only 1 euro and boy is it the best money spent. Basically take a burger and add tomato sauce and a bun and then put it in a case that is steaming in heat, and bam you have this moist sweaty delicious burger...kind of like a sloppy joe but better. After trying one of these my appetite was in full swing so figured why not try the next local treat - kumpir. This is a huge baked potato with a buffet ...
... miniature paintings, the Hippodrome is shown with the seats and monuments still intact. Although the structures do not exist anymore, today's Sultanahmet Square largely follows the ground plan and dimensions of the now vanished Hippodrome. Everyone's feet were weary after a long day. People broke up into small groups to organise their own dinner. Rae, Robin,Pauline , Vicki and I walked 10 minutes to Tamskin Square for a very nice local dinner near the hotel Rae and I stayed at last ...
... security who threatened to call the police before we were finally safely delivered onto our ship!
The drama was fortunately eclipsed by subsequently being able to score an 'extra' booking at the ship's specialty Polo Grill restaurant; amazing how a bottle of nice French red and a whole Maine lobster can offset life's little dramas :-)
... of the battery and the wont let us bring it aboard our flight to Kayseri...it has to go cargo. Head scarves are very prevalent. I think its about 25%25 but last time here 12 years ago , almost no women in Istanbul wore head scarves and there werent any women in burkas but not true ...
... gets – bells, incense, lots of chants in Greek, processing, and formality. The Patriarch spoke with us briefly after the service, asking where we were from. We were then given a tour of the church and grounds by another staff member (I can't remember his name).
Our visit was scheduled, but the opportunity to attend the service and to meet the Ecumenical Patricarch was a surprise, making it a very special ...