Legacy Ottoman Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLegacy Ottoman Hotel Istanbul
The food was not very tasty, in fact it was somehow overcooked or very old. Not much variety of food collection and we had to pay for other beverages such as Turkish Coffee and Juices for the breakfast.
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For a last day, it was pretty relaxed. We woke late, and I dealt with some work while the kids played in the hotel gym. Then a leisurely breakfast before lacking everything up and checking out of the hotel.
We were not flying out until 1am, so we had the hotel keep our bags and we headed across to Sultanahmet by cab.
First stop was the ceramics workshop we attended on the girls' ...
... route for cargo ships and also vast cruise liners. Always something sailing up and down made it interesting to watch and the ancient mosques and their minarets provide a beautiful skyline. It reminds us of Sydney harbour but with significantly more building along the foreshore and hills behind. In fact Istanbul has an estimated population of about 16 million and 40% of Turks live here. It certainly has a ...
... as the last, but with much smaller crowds and much more peaceful. This is where we decided to have lunch for the day. The table was outside and had the mosque to look at the whole time. But the best part...the family of kittens playing in the grassy area near by. One even came to visit as we ate our lunch. This was one thing we noticed all over the city, a large amount of cats and dogs everywhere. None of them had tags so we assumed they were ...
... meet at the 'funny chef' statue in the centre of Kadikoy.
When we finally met up, we apologised to each other and then searched for a decent dinner venue. We ate at a cheap place (you can't go wrong in Istanbul) and then went in pursuit of the elusive cake shop we’d seen on our first day. A bit of Sherlock Holmes detective work lead us back to the awesome and long awaited cake shop Pasifik Pastanesi 1966. The strawberry cake, cherry tart and ...
WE ARE IN ISTANBUL AND THE INTERNET IS NOT RELIABLE ALSO VERY EXPENSIVE, SO WE WILL NOT BE ADDING TO BLOG TILL WE ARE IN A BETTER PLACE...
ALL GOOD WITH US.
CHEERS FOR A WHILE.
MARL & STUART XXX
Went by bus from ship into Istanbul, which was only a 10-15 min. ride.
The skyline was dotted with Mosques and the architecture was ...