Grand Oztanik Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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At around 10:00 we went for a walk to a very busy area with lots of people and restaurants. There was a lots of university student around this around this around. We ate lunch and went to the coffee shop next door. Mitsuki and I had ice cream with caramel sauce on top. It was yummy. After that we tried ...
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After another short rest at the hostel we went out for dinner at one of the two cafe-restaurants attached to the Arasta Bazaar. We shared bread and hummous and each had a different type of kebab; to go with them I had a lemonade with honey and Dave had some mint ...
... and started across the bridge enjoying the sight of dozens of men (no women?) holding a fishing pole over the rails. I'm not sure what the point of it is because I didn't see anything being caught, only a plastic pail or two carrying what I assumed were bait fish ( only 3 or 4 inches long).
At the end of the bridge was the Ominonu square ( a meeting place and transport terminus for buses and trains coming into the city from other towns ) It is also the favourite place ...
... first me and Jack shared a nutella walffle. It was like heaven I your mouth. I bought two tee shirts. Next we walked to the tower and had a snack. I also ended up buying 3 Turkish towels. We walked back and ended the day with the Beverly Hillbillies.
... the fourth highest leadership position within the palace.
The rooms within the harem were impressive, although it was disappointing that they had not been better preserved because much of the detail in the tiles and art was difficult to distinguish. We also visited on a very overcast and gloomy day so some of the splendor was lost because the rooms relied purely on natural light, making it hard to see a lot of the rooms themselves while we passed through them.