Elite World Prestige Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... coffee "to vomit you in the face"...meaning you need to talk!! Gonja gave us an eating guide book entitled the "Cultural Backyards of Istanbul.". This formed many enjoyable and amusing hours of trying to find restaurants, Turkish delight houses etc amongst the back streets of differing areas of Istanbul as nominated in the book. We visited places off the beaten tracks...like the Kurdish part to eat a special lamb dish. (We wondered what ...
... fine. We had to wait a little but our transfer took us to the Tryp Wyndham Hotel through a very big city – Istanbul! The check in was stuffed up a bit because we went to a room that was already occupied. So we were upgraded! Rooms seem fine but it doesn’t seem like a 4 star hotel to us. We needed a rest from the very early morning. Then we went for a walk in the local area. Very different but fun – especially in the Republic Square. We met with Tunch who was very ...
... We got free entree and free desert and the mains we got were tasty. After dinner we went to a nearby shop, picked up some beer and then headed back to the hostel. Here the power had just come on, so i had a quick shower, tydied up and then went to the roof to have some drinks. Up here we talked – it turned into a classical book club. I then headed back to the room and got talking with those that were already down there before going to bed.
... all in Turkish so I didn't know what they were saying. It is called the St. Anthony of Padua Church.
Since it is our last evening in the city, we wanted to try a few more eats. We split a sampler of baklava desserts from a sweets shop. Dinner was close to the hostel and I had a plate of thinly sliced beef doner with rice, fries, and hot peppers. Everything was well made and made for a great last meal in Istanbul.
-- Ryan L.
I arrived in Istanbul in a whirl of confusion. I was so disorientated after reaching Taksim Square that I had to get a taxi to take me the five hundred metres to my accommodation. As the driver whizzed around the narrow lanes and side streets, I noticed that there were many roads that were blocked off with makeshift barriers and small fires. My driver was panicked and talking to someone on his radio about directions. Finally we reached the address I'd been given and after haggling with ...