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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The Blue Mosque (actual name is Sultan Ahmed Mosque) was built between 1609 and 1616 and bears the tomb of the founder. It has 20,000 blue, green, and white Iznik tiles and houses a Turkish bath, medical quarters, lodgings, hospice, madrasa, and more.
Morning seemed to come fast and we had decided to meet for our complimentary breakfast around 7:30ish. Biz Cevahir served white cheeses, salami, ham, olives, apricots, soupy scrambled eggs, ...
... of which is the charming Gulhane Park. The waterfront walk showed us the Theodosian walls which had kept out invaders for over a 1000 years. In the grounds of the palace we came across the Hagia Irene, a wonderful Byzantine church with a marvelous atmosphere and the most wonderful acoustics. There is nothing fancy about it but it has presence. Apparently they use it for music festivals because the acoustics are so good. Later in the afternoon we visited the ...
... and toast was that is supposed to accompany the omelette. ‘You want hash brown and sausage as a side?’ asked the confused waiter.
‘No!’ exclaimed Roisin, ‘the menus states it comes with a hash brown and toast’.
‘Ah, Hash Brown and toast?’ confirmed the waiter ‘I go fetch’. He went away and several minutes later returned with a plate. On the plate lay 3 hash browns and 2 sausages!! Sometimes ...
... we could sight land way off in the distance. It is the first of 2 "formal" nights, tonight, but we have decided to have a casual meal in the Horizon Restaurant after a late afternoon swim and then catch the Comedian's Show before heading to bed. Our tour of Athens begins at 7:30am so it will be another early start in the ...
Our first day in Istanbul! Slept in to just before noon before heading out to explore our neighborhood. We are located in quite a central location by a main shopping boulevard called "Istiklal". The street was pretty crowded and it is filled with shops on both sides. We continued along the road and arrived at a large tower. It used to be a lighthouse look out and is called ...