Ocean's 7 Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul
... br> The Heineken lounge was our next stop, Enjoying an 'Exxtra cold Beer' was the way to go. This was just before our flight! So ahead we go for 4 hrs to Istanbul, Turkey.
The flight was pretty easy and nice. The 777 planes are very nice! I just watched Focus - with Will Smith, caught up on blogs, had a snooze, watched Adam snooze and listened to the African woman next ...
... by a local band. Their mothers, conservatively dressed smoking Nargile, which is a turkish hookah. Definitely a cultural things, because it seemed so contradictory to how I have been brought up to look at things, where "good" people don't smoke. One thing I must say, as I cap off this post. The turkish people seems extremely friendly. It is actually helping that I am not a white tourist, because I am not approached by as ...
... translations, even in tourist sites. Americans have set a bad example for, so I getting a taste of our own medicine is probably deserved. See some of the photos for an intro to our experiences.
Once we exhausted ourselves in the Harem, we wound our way back to the Istanbul Archaeological Museum. Although it is under extensive rennovation, the exhibits were still well presented and interesting. After all, Byzantium, Constantinople, and Istanbul ...
... a country of their own!!
The HOHO headed out along the Bosphorus to the Bosphorus Bridge, giving us a view of both sides. We were happy riding along in the top deck, talking pictures, noticing places where Susan and I got lost before when we were in Istanbul. We changed buses at the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia area and rode up and around ...
... vestiges of reason from your mind.
So with today being my last full day in Turkey, I completely gave in to this evil addiction and had not one, but two different kebabs for lunch. Unfortunately for me, it seems that the type of kebab I have become addicted to during travels through Europe doesn't quite exist here, the Turkish original being slightly different. The toppings are far simpler - some tomato, lettuce, onion, and parsley, and ...