Sumahan on the Water
Travel Blogs from Istanbul
in the morning graeme and i used the fitness facility for there best workout of the trip
and then all three of us gorged on a full service
then fasted until dinner
a truly cheap way to live in the hotel of luxury
spent the entire afternoon shopping and haggling
with 4000 shops, the grand bazaar …
you should look up our hotel
ıt ıs a boutıque hotel rıght on the bosphorous
ıncludes a complımentary ferry to old town ıstanbul
and most ımportantly provıdes a suıte wıth one queen and one kıng sıze bed
thıs would not have …
... had a better sound today and I played clarinet for one. I had a few issues with notes but overall I was pleased with my performance. It was great seeing people gather and listening to our music. Afterwards we had lunch and then spent the afternoon at the city's bizarre. Istanbul is an exciting city with diversity and warm people. I look forward to the days ...
... flakes. Tasty but too big a bowl though and we’d soon realised that you were not going to get small portions so don’t eat it all or you’ll never fit in your lunch at the end. This place had been recently renovated and had unusual wall decorations made of old taps with a big ‘drop’ of glass trickling out.
And on we went, this time standing as we snacked on ‘ichli’ kofta, egg-shaped, which we broke in half and ...
... pool and then dried off before washing and finishing in a stagnant hot spring. The smell was reminiscent of sewerage and one guy with us popped his head up and said "eww, it doesn't taste very nice." That was enough for us and we left not feeling overly refreshed but cleansed all the same. We then caught a boat through some mangrove areas where the salt water of the Mediterranean meet the fresh waters of a local river. Here we got to feed turtles and eat fresh blue ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center