Ocean's 7 Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Ocean's 7 Hotel Istanbul
Travel Blogs from Istanbul
... needing a shower and a bed.
I awake late in the morning having one of the best sleeps I've had in awhile. I am ready to get on with the day and I'm looking so forward to eating my way through Istanbul. As I walked to my hostel the prior night I was enveloped by the smells of grilled kebap so my first mission of the day is to dig into one. A quick stop at the bakery for some cheese filled bread and a dabble into a nearby kebap ...
... the shop window filled with honey dripping baklavas, or the cute little tram that passes through the busy street with kids hanging off the back. Today on our way to the palace we drove through the old city and caught glimpses down quaint, narrow side streets that hold the promise of a different and much nicer city than the area around our hotel. Hopefully that's where we'll find the charm that has captivated so many of you ( that is, the charm apart from all the charming things JY forgot to ...
... at the Dervish Cafe up on a big hill looking over the city. It was beautiful watching the storm come over the mountains. We wound up walking home in the rain, again.
Yesterday, we took a bus to a little mountain village and took a hike up the mountain. It was beautiful and so quiet. So nice to get out of a busy, smelly, chaotic city. We could hear the birds singing and the breeze whispering through the pines. Max had ...
... the city. He was very informative and we spent six hours touring 2 mosques, the Hagia Sophia Museum, the Basilica Cistern, the Hippodrome as well as a return to the Grand Bazaar for some shopping. We had a fabulous dinner in the Steak 'n Mor Instan'bull Pera restaurant on the main floor in our hotel. Early to bed tonight as we have an early morning departure from the airport back to Amsterdam to connect with Icelandair for our return flight home.
... Emperor Anastasius Oilosuz. It was rebuilt of stone masonry and called Christea Turris (Christ Tower) by the Genoese in 1348. The tower captured by the Turks when Istanbul was conquered in 1453 is 66.9 meters high from ground and 140 meters from sea level. It has a diameter go 8.95 meters and wall thickness of 3.75 meters. It has an amazing 360 degree view of the city of Istanbul. The only problem is that there is not much room up there and people ...