Ocean's 7 Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Ocean's 7 Hotel Istanbul
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... It was somewhat amusing at first but seriously it was horrendous. A leisurely cruise was enjoyed and frayed nerves started to heal. There was an Iranian woman on the cruise who asked to have a photo taken with me we became friends although neither of us had a clue what the other was saying. As our walk through the Spice Markets was an eye opener with massive crowds, personal space was non existent as we had to inch our way around. We visited a Mosque I had to wear a ...
The day started with a walk around the area close to the hotel We are now quite adept at gving that "no thanks" look at the multitiude of people trying to sell us "knock offs". Carol buys some no slip sandals and we have our doner kabab and its time to head for the ship. Our little ship is dwarfed by tow huge cruise ships so you cant imagine the **** fight at the port. Traffic is gridlocked as incoming passemgers attempt to find there way into the ...
... of the glass and on the bottom, some silastic could be seen too, but not a sign of a screw holding it into the floor! I felt a little sick after that! It certainly didn’t look at all sturdy and was a long way down! Yikes!!
We contacted the tour wondering why we hadn’t heard anything, but the numbers didn’t answer and Lyn left 2 messages ......we were wondering if we had been left there and maybe the tour had gone! The itinerary said ...
... to have the impression that because we are walking past a restaurant that we must be hungry and that they are the only option for a meal.
My first day in Istanbul, I woke reasonably early and headed for the Grand Bazaar, I had heard lots of things about this marketplace, mostly things that made me feel intimidated to visit. I chose to brave the bazaar, in search of a nice scarf for myself and also some gifts. It was very empty in ...
... have time. We had a bit of a look around the bazaar, Yusuf reckons everything’s made in China but it’s all ok for the tourist market. I felt like it was heaven when I saw cats and coffee mugs together, a collector’s dream, but sadly not enough room in our bag/s for stuff like that. The only thing we bought was a few pieces of Turkish delight and this was miser Pete.
The afternoon touristing took us to Topkapi Palace at the top of another ...