Sheraton Istanbul Maslak Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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German treasure hunter Heinrich Schliemann spent eleven years excavating Troy, looking for the riches he believed were hidden there. Uncovering one area after another, he did a significant amount of damage when he dug a massive trench and destroyed important building remains. Almost at the point of giving up he decided to dig outside the city walls. There he uncovered gems, pure gold jewellery and coins dating back thousands ...
... the view. It overlooks all the cruise ships and water surrounding Istanbul. Since the Grand Bazar and Spice Bazar were closed due to the Ramadan celebrations, we found a mini bazar to shop at. It was filled with spice stores, carpet stores, scarf stores and a lot of soap shops. We enjoyed spending the rest of our parents Turkish Lira :) we were once again exhausted by this point and decided to walk back to the hotel to clean up and then head out for ...
... and pulling faces as i was trying to take photos. One guy we bought some baklava off, my god he was funny. He commented again on the size of our muscles, he said he was 68 and proceeded to show us his deflated muscles. He talked about how i need the viagra baklava and Adam is too old for it, however im nice and young.. He was trying to get me to buy his sensual body lotion, without using his words, because he ...
... and disorientating, but we found a section of really interesting antique shops. We went outside for a break and some paninis then decided to head back to the hostel. Here we crashed for a few hours before going down the get some dinner. We ended up getting wraps filled with what we can only assume was bean curd, a drink that tasted of feta cheese and chocolate puddings. We must've been desperate.
Despite the dissapointing meal, we slept very well that night.
... shot straight up in the air, rolled over, and did an inverted dive straight back down to the ground. It was awesome. The Nefeskesen ranks among my top three rollercoasters of all times (and I have ridden a few).
Because there were absolutely no lines, we walked through the entire amusement park, rode all of our favorite rides several times, and had lunch, all in less than 3 hours. Since we had had our fill, we headed over to the Vialand indoor/outdoor ...