The Istanbul EDITION
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... our 6 room down which had 7 beds...they agreed too give us into our 4 bed room the next day. Headed out to dinner. After walking up a couple of roof too bars we decided on one that a guy said was really good. It was owned by Italians, we were trying to decide and the owner said he'd get us a special chianti...no idea of price we started becoming a bit skeptical. He then presented us with a variety of entree's and yet again, not what we selected. After finishing our meals and having ...
... suggested that Vlad needed some dark milky nutrition. Therefore Ivan and Vlad went to the only Irish bar in old town Istanbul. It was a very good afternoon and Vlad felt much better! As Ivan was looking out the window of the Irish bar, a very "camp" guy tried to pick Ivan up at a distance from the tram. Well, it's not a trip away unless a guy try's to pick up Ivan!! His moves were so aggressive that Ivan had to look away. Ivan ...
... felt this way. Most often, Turkish people are the most generous and hospitable people I have ever encountered in my life--across all 11 countries in which I have visited or lived.
After we checked into our hostel, which by the way was a cave, we decided to rent ATV's and explore the back-trails. That was a very cool experience, and I'm very glad we chose it, even though at first we took some wrong turns ...
... government funded a solar-powered electric light system for the village square in 2010-11; a plaque for this hangs on the village square's sole building. Julia Gillard visited the village last April and had a meal in the guest house's restaurant. One of the guesthouse staff told us about her visit and her hair-dresser boyfriend. "Is he really a hairdresser?" he asked me! Apparently Australian government, embassy and army officials regularly stay ...