Eser Premium Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Eser Premium Hotel & Spa Istanbul
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... crossing. You would have seen the ferry already so the sales office is just next to it. We had some kind of promotion when we were there and paid only 7.80TL for the short trip. After buying the tickets you can baord the ferry, the best seats are definitely on the open air area on the side. You need to go early for these seats as they get filled up very quickly when the weather ...
... realized it the night before I flew out), yesterday in Istanbul I took a taxi. I was scheduled to meet Nicola, who is head of a school in Istanbul. I prepared meticulously, had the map and address on my iPad and originally wanted to walk from the metro. But not being too sure about distances I decided to flag down a taxi. The driver saw the map, nodded his head and signaling he knew where to go. From the map I anticipated a 10 min ride. But ...
... hang on... sound familiar??
We then walked through the bazaar, and didn't get as bothered as in other places, and enjoyed the experience as we weren't really looking for anything and could just wander. As long as we didn't show a huge amount of interest, we didn't get bothered. It all seemed quite relaxed which was good. The fake Mulberry bags weren't good enough, so perhaps I will have to look again in Vietnam...
Finally today we saw the ...
... Lira to use the bathroom and I was lucky enough to bump into a chatty Bulgarian lass who is at uni in Istanbul who kindly paid for me to use the facilities.
Upon arrival in Istanbul, I enjoyed breakfast with two Bulgarian women as we all had time to kill before we could reasonably head off in to our days. I had booked my hotel up with great anticipation, throwing down the cash for a nice room with sea views and it was worth every penny. I had ...
... of a hill. It was not far from the pier, and, as a ferry was just letting out, we followed a crowd to the pedestrian street that Hanifi had described. It was a steep climb up to the tower, and almost all the shops along the street were closed. The square at the top of the hill was happening, however, with several restaurants and cafes open and full of people. In the plaza at the base of the tower, a man was playing with a remote controlled bird. It was entertaining, and it loved ...