Sheraton Istanbul Atakoy Hotel
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Today we had a morning of shopping in Sirince before heading to the airport and back to Istanbul. Sirince is a wonderful town - lots of small shops and restaurants. It's in the hills, away from the heat of the larger cities.
We flew to Istanbul and were picked up at the airport by Ari, another tour guide, who brought us to our hotel. Like …
... favorite Hamam of Sultan Süleyman who it was named after. Traditionally Hamam’s were separate for men and women, but this one has converted to a couple’s bath in order to help more tourists like us experience this ancient bathing ritual. So after checking in and waiting just a bit in the lounge we were shown to our separate changing rooms where the women changed into their bikini’s and the men used the more traditional cotton towel wrap. One of the staff ...
... rest before a late breaky and cool off swim in the pool before departure. Had to say goodbye to our new found mates staying next door to us, a Dutch lady and Aussie guy with a young daughter (who Owen had stayed up talking to the night before till around 1am...). They'd driven all over as they were emigrating back to aussie and were keen to give us tips on Eastern Europe which would be very welcomed. Nick still in a bad way, so we set him up in the back ...
... of Istanbul, to their house on the Asian side, the changes to the city were obvious. Skyscrapers have popped up here and there, towering over endless blocks of apartment buildings like glass and steel mushrooms. As we approached the Bosphorus Bridge, I could see a forest of communications towers on Camlica hill beyond, as well as giant construction cranes. Camlica used to be a place in the country to go drink tea and watch the sun set over the city - ...
... table in advance to avoid disappointment. Food - it was not too pricey given that it is a fine dining restaurant. It is definitely comparable to an average restaurant in Singapore, ex. . For a 3 course meal, we both paid 150. We enjoyed the appetisers more than the main course (hey, but different people have different taste buds!) and the service was just brilliant! Very professional wait service. They were all ...