Green Anka Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGreen Anka Hotel Istanbul
Very happy with this hotel stay!
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October 15. We're up and at it early again this morning, but it is definitely worth it. We are at Pamukkale, which means "Cotton Castle". First we visit the archeological site of Hierapolis, a thermal resort founded by a Pergamene King in 19 BC. Then it is time to experience the white lime cascades formed by hot springs. We have a truly amazing time. The weather is beyond perfect and we walk through the hot pools, wading in some spots up to our knees. ...
... Some other people got involved and we got off at the 2nd island. It's so hilly someone steals a shopping trolley to push One of the girls up the hill. This time we find a free beach down some steep steps which slant and it's not as bad as the beach yesterday. It's fun and then we walk around the little island.We get the fast boat back. Later we all go for food and stay up I'll miss them when they leave ...
... a bed in it and that's it. Our cubicle was upstairs. The baths aesthetic inside was very authentic. Lovely blues tiles and wooden paneling. Once we changed we came back downstairs and they showed us through to the baths area and just left us there. We had paid for a foam bath, massage and scrub and weren't sure when we were to receive those. I said to Pudd we should just go explore and come back and sort the services out later. Turned out that is what ...
... Istanbul we decided to grab a quick bite to eat from a small street fronted shop with tiny plastic chairs and tables spilling out onto the foot path. Being so tiny all the tables were already full but after pointing to a picture of a roll with some type of mystery meat in it which seemed to be just about the only thing this place served we were gestured to join a young-ish Turkish guy at his table. We all ate with fairly basic interactions... "where are you ...
... We dropped our things and I crashed before dinner while Tim worked on his blog. I woke up to Tim smacking me awake to head to dinner where everything smelled great. I attempted to learn what I was eating but I eventually decided to just accept the fact that it was delicious and move on from there. I had rice, shredded chicken, and I think what eggplant was? Unlike everyone else, I forgot to take a picture of my meal. I decided to simply tear into the food.