Sultan's Eye Comfort Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... to start and then Anatolian chicken (chicken breast stuffed with spinach and feta then covered in a delicious sauce (I can't remember what it was but so tasty) and I also tried some Turkish wine. Which totally kicks Greek and Italian wines ass. So good. I had a chat with the waiter as it was still early and there weren't many people there. He told me he had been reading about new Zealand's flag troubles in the Istanbul newspaper. I thought that was kind of funny. I ...
... This was organised by the people who ran, and it was enormous. I think there would have been close to 1000 people there. There was lots of entertainment including belly dancers and traditional cossak dancing. It was a fun night, and our final with our bus group as we head to Athens early in the morning. Sadly, one of our party, an elderly gentleman named Don, fell very ill just prior to the ...
... all the way too the end and found ourselves in the world’s largest second hand costume shop. Here we tried on hats until we were told that the place had been closed for an hour and they’d just forgotten to lock the door. I promised Lily we would return, then we had dinner inside a beautiful arcade just off the main street. We had fried calamari, deep fried courgettes and a kind of Turkish Salsa. It was all very good and we returned home tired but ...
... so Steve took out 2 ten euro notes and the old man immediately whipped out another coin and said “2 for twenty!”. I just cracked up laughing and walked away - Steve thankfully just bought the one. Every time I think of it I burst out laughing - Steve says he doesn’t know what my problem is - he beat him down from 40Euro. LOL
Well that’s all for now. Hope you are all enjoying our trip and thanks for the comments - we enjoy them a lot. Love to all,
Steve and ...
... taken to the lounge for some Turkish delight, aromatic tea while I waited for my full-body oil massage. With not a lot time left in the day I decided to opt for a night boat tour between the channel that separates Istanbul from Asia and Europe. It was a lovely ride as the sun set and the city lit up. I had a chance to chat with many different people both on my way to the boat and on the boat. It was a wonderful experience, and all part of the reason that I am falling in love with ...