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TravelPod Member ReviewsW Istanbul
Great hotel, wonderful staff and great service! We enjoyed our stay thoroughly and recommend upgrading to one of the spacious suites!
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... a tourist lost his life, the site was closed for refurbishment and what a great job they have done. The whole site has been enclosed in an amazing Eco friendly and Eco neutral building that is a testament to great architecture. Not only is the building built of sustainable materials but also because of its engineering, it never needs to be heated or cooled, maintaining even temperature all year round. Also the roof is designed to capture ...
... and staying away from whole wheat dependent products in droves to accomplish far better overall health. Rebuttal responses were actually launched through the multinationals indicating the statistics were preposterous, with only a small amount of the populace having an real identified gluten intolerance (Coeliac). Surprisingly, many people are generating their own personal well-informed options with regards to the food items they ingest, since the link between clean ingesting ...
... slightly on edge. We were supposed to get in at 5 in the morning, but the plane was half an hour early. The streets of Istanbul were pretty deserted at that hour, and we got to our hotel quickly which, luckily, had an empty room they put us in so we could shower and take a brief nap.
Considering how little I planned, we managed to get done the big touristy stuff in our two days in Istanbul--The Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, the Grand Bazaar, Taksin ...
... Bosphorus views, to an incredibly pleasant park, also filled with Turks taking advantage of their day off. One edge of the park had more than 70 cats--the park had various food and water dishes set out, and these strays seemed very content. Next, we walked to Taksim Square. We wondered a little bit about what it would be like on election day, but the police presence was strong and it felt very safe. From Taksim Square, we walked down Istiklal Avenue, a ...
... did get in a quick swim. Then, to the waterfront for a dolmus and a quick ride back to Ayvalik. As Nick mentioned, the driver dropped us in town, rather than the otogar (bus station) so we had to walk back a ways. We found some breakfast (Nick, a tost and me a cheese pastry), bought some snacks and boarded the bus. The trip, if driving in a car should take 2-3 hours. With all our stops, ours took closer to 5. And we complicated matters not ...