Holiday Inn Istanbul-Sisli
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- Swimming pool
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... even Ben despite it being a Halal restaurant with no alcohol! (I didn't know that when we booked). The food was great and the quality of the meat excellent. All of the kids made beautiful speeches and everyone felt all fuzzy and warm inside.
Then after the main course they brought a big slice of cake to the table lit with candles and sparklers... And we sang happy birthday again!
A short walk after dinner and then back to the hotel for ...
... that one of the things I love about this city is how it takes care of the stray dogs and cats. There are loads of them around. Steve and Chase had visited here on their way to Africa and they had told us that the dogs have tags in their ears to show they've been fixed and had all their shots. They don't seem to have the same for cats, but there are bowls of food and water up high in a lot of places so it's clear they're being well fed. Of course we love that!
... a proper relax). We sat around, used internet, drank tea, read and probably had a nap at some point. We spent a while talking to this Dutch girl who wants to go to Budapest with deejay; she's lovely but a bit weird and very forward. After our long rest we went to this little place up the road for dinner; it's run by this kind old man who always seems in a rush to serve your food and refill your water. It was also unique because ...
In the gray light of early morning, I was jolted out of sleep by the sound of murder. Ah! Ah! Ahhhhhh!! After 10 seconds, my sleep fuddled brain realized it was just a gull. I prefer the East Coast's laughing gull to Istanbul's screaming one.
I managed to fall asleep again, and woke to a beautiful sunny day. Today my mission was to find some nice silk scarves. I thought I remembered a street on the northwest side of the Grand Bazaar where the ...
... deliciousness to choose from. Nicole’s favorite was a round poppy seed bread with cheese and honey comb and Sacha’s was a Simit – a sesame seed bagel-like bread. For breakfast, proper etiquette says to drink tea, not coffee. After all, the Turkish word for breakfast, kahvaltı, actually means "before coffee."
We planned to head out to Sultanahmet to see the Sultanahmet (Blue) mosque and its neighbor the Hagia Sophia. We got distracted and then ...