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... don't think it will last long however!) One way the vendors try to get people in their store was to guess what country the tourists are from- Sarah was constantly being talked to in German!!!! Whilst at least 7 times Andrew got 'Hey, white Bob Marley!!!'? Sooo funny!!:) We found a great traditional restaurant in a cool alleyway, and had some delish Turkish cuisine. Andrews was spectacular- the food was in a pot that came out on a flaming ...
... until 3 am. There were a lot fewer people in Beats though... someone was offering "free beer" but I didn't take any. Ann and I were dancing on a sofa and when we turned around pretty much the entire hostel was gone. Later in the night area cleared and I spoke to some of the locals. I think there was a contingent of gay pride people protesting as well... they had the rainbow flag and were hanging outside a gay club. Overall a fantastic finish to a truly epic day.
... of restaurants (so lots of 'no thanks' as you walk down the street and get invited to eat at every restaurant you pass). It is a 3 minute walk to the Blue Mosque and Aya Sofia and other local attractions.
The area was humming with tourists and locals all out enjoying the warm evening and certainly not a sign of any of the troubles from over the bridge at Taksim ...
... which meant lay down. I laid on my belly and she abruptly spanked me, signaling that I needed to turn onto my back. The scrub down included salt and a mit. I felt somewhere between a beef tenderloin being seasoned on a grill and a Turkish pasha preparing for her wedding. The foam massage was slightly more relaxing. I promise you the mama attended to every nook and cranny as if I was her own child.
Although I saw many sights in the bathhouse, we ...
... Rochelle, Dante, Breanne, Jenny and I went to the city to explore. One thing about being with Rochelle and people from the ship is once you find a Starbucks, you have to go there! And of course, the shuttle bus dropped us off right at the Starbucks... It was an interesting 45 minute shuttle bus ride, there was an insane amount of traffic. The streets of Istanbul are small, with people crossing the streets anywhere and everywhere, there are scooters, motorcycles, small ...
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- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed