Eser Premium Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... for Muslims, which is very loud from our room. We are right next to the Blue Mosque! (That's a big landmark. We will be visiting tomorrow.) The call to prayer is a real live person singing in Arabic over a loudspeaker at five different points throughout the day. So far, we have enjoyed hearing and understanding more about this very significant cultural aspect, but we'll see how we feel after the four a.m. call tomorrow morning.... Sending our love! Rach and ...
... an interesting place to just sit, eat lunch and people watch. There were organized tours from all over the world. I saw tours from India, some country from Latin America, Japan, China and Brazil. The final thing I covered in the Palace was the Harem. Now, if you imagine a bunch of young nubile girls ready for the Sultan's picking, please do not read more about what a actual Harem is. What you imagine is far more interesting that what it actually was. It was ...
... of the east Roman empire, this giant underground complex had over 300 marble columns supporting its roof. Inside it was beautiful, and although there were lots of other tourists, it didn't feel crowded. We went to find the two heads of Medusa, and after we decided to go full tourist and get photographed in Turkish costumes. The whole process of getting the photos felt very abrupt, I swear that we had 50 photos taken but the photographer didn't look at us once. ...
Shortly before 5:00am the plane touched down at our stopover destination, Changi Airport. After departing from the plane the airport is eerily quiet, being one of the world's largest airports seeing a few people moving to and from terminals is strange, many people are sleeping waiting for their planes. Again I had a ...
We had a bit of an adventure buying tickets for the ferry-train trip we take on Monday when we leave Istanbul. It proved impossible to buy the tickets in the internet, and the guidebook warned they can sell out so we thought we had better get organised a few days ahead. Our new friends, the Turkish proprietors of the Oxygen Cafe where we have breakfast every day, tried to help us book over the internet but in the end we decided to go in person. First it ...