Eternity Boutique Hotel

Cankurtaran Mah, Akbiyik Caddesi 4, Istanbul, Turkey | Hotel
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The first leg of my journey

A travel blog entry by sairjg

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... now! I ıntend to have a lıttle explore tomorrow mornıng but ıt turns out I wonit have as much tıme here as I thought as my pick up for the aırport ıs at 2pm. I just hope I get all my baggage let on the plane - that ıs my mıssıon for tomorrow!!!

I wıll say goodnıght for now, and thank you for all the lovely messages vıa FB and texts!!

Saır
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Turkey - Istanbul

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo

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... Turkish pizza called “Etli Ekmegi”.

By this time it was quite late so we decided to start walking back home, we took Istiklal Street that even though we had passed through it several times before, it looked different during the night but busy as always.


Day 6: October 6, 2013

It was our last day in Istanbul and actually in Europe, but we still had a few things to see. We departed with Murat and head again to the ...

Let the Tour Begin!

A travel blog entry by ckpleas

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... by the Black Sea and had lunch in a small town at a very traditional Turkish Restaurant with kebabs and a chicken pudding for desert (interesting to say the least). After lunch we went to the famous Spice Market in the center of town. In the spice market was a Mosque that is known for its unique architecture. The architect was a general who began building bridges for the army and talent was noticed so he began building other structures for ...

Observations on Taksim

A travel blog entry by jonnystravels

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... time, a decided to grab a cup of coffee and started chatting with a few of the people there, who, incidentally, turned out to be some of the protesters. Apparently protests have there busy and slow days too, and they were just waiting until a little later to get going, using their smartphones to arrange meets ups via txt, twitter, and other social media. Did I mention that this ironically was occurring at a Starbucks? Apparently democratization ...

The land of magic carpets

A travel blog entry by daryl75

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... br> When we went back to our new 'friends' shop to pick up our wrapped purchases, he suggested we 'just look at some Turkish' carpets...

And wouldn't you know it, his family also own a carpet shop!!

So how could we refuse. Daryl said under his breath, 'we are not going to buy a carpet' as we entered...

So there we were being taken to the family owned carpet shop .

We were quickly introduced to his brother Safak , ...

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Location

This hotel, located in the Sultanahmet area of Istanbul, is near Yerebatan Sarayi (Underground Cistern), Sirkeci Station, Yedikule (Castle of the Seven Towers), and Sokollu Mehmet Pasa Mosque.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Eternity Boutique Hotel Istanbul

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding