Eser Premium Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... wait for somebody else to come and take over, which takes about 10minutes. So I walk out of the line and go to another one. Aaron is persistent and stays in line just in case and lucky he did because someone ended up coming and we got straight through. What a nightmare (mind you it was way worse than what I am describing). We head out and jump on a bus which is supposed to only take us an hour, however we get stuck in some heavy traffic. It’s now 8pm and I am freaking out ...
... 8217;s store which also sold saffron and baklava and apple tea. I ended up buying some out of feeling like I needed to from his store as well so I’m well stocked up on saffron. Still, what I paid for the saffron would’ve bought me about 1/3 of that same amount in the US so it was a good deal and perfect for the paella I’ll be making since I’ll be craving it after we visit Barcelona.
We headed back to ...
We have three more full days in Istanbul. Day one and first up is a short tram ride to the Basilica cistern. It's an underground water storage facility built in the Roman Byzantine era. Romans never built purely functional facilities. There are hundreds of beautiful marble columns supporting the structure. It covers the size of at least one football field and is an eerie and strangely peaceful place. Very nearby we also visited the 'blue mosque' with its very ornate blue tiles. The ...
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... high school friend, Germany travel companion, and best man from our wedding Mike just hours after we arrived in Berlin. Beer and conversation flowed and at about 4am, we finally left the tiny park that had been our base of operations and wandered home through a darkened city. That makes this the fourth time Mike and I have been in Germany together, including 24 hours in 2006 that included a Mexican soccer rally complete with someone's homemade Tequila. It's never ...