Park Hotel Edirne

Address: Maarif Cad No 2 , Edirne, Edirne, 22100, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Maarif Cad No 2 , Edirne.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Edirne

Edirne Tours

A travel blog entry by tour4arabs on Jan 06, 2014

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... of the city and from every corner of the city seems . Selimiye by Mimar Sinan is 7 years and was also the architect Sinan 's masterpiece . Selimiye has a large marble courtyard . There are six large marble dome on milk . There are 4 very thin, tall minarets . Selimiye mosque inside the beautiful blue Iznik çinilerr red color with a very nice handwritten calligraphy by Muhammad and Allah are . 1,000 people worked in ...

Debut kebab!

A travel blog entry by wallsy on Jun 22, 2012

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Another early start today courtesy of the smoking hot room, the mozzies and the amount of fluid lost sweating through the night. We packed up and made tracks, happy to find Blanche where we left her having not been violated, except for the Romanian strip club lesbian show leaflet on the windscreen... something I definitely wouldn't be interested in.

Heading south towards Bulgaria the road took us over the Bucegi ...

Haskovo to Edirne

A travel blog entry by mattbuckland on Jun 22, 2011

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... did have my first and only problem with the bike, and really it was my fault. Was pumping the tyres up while on a drinks stop and managed to break the valve on the front tyre when detatching the pump. Pretty stupid but not major. Choice of roads to take on our journey south-west. Main road from Svilengrad to Edirne or take the slightly longer and quieter one. Went for the latter as it also gave us ...

Talkin' Turkey

A travel blog entry by billnpat on Sep 28, 2010

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... first impression was how huge and modern and clean it was, with a dozen of so booths… but of course only two were operating. Still, because it was Sunday, there were only 4 or 5 cars ahead of us. Busses and trucks were in their own area. Still no obvious place to get a visa, so we just plowed on ahead to the first booth. Of course the first thing he said was, "where is your visa"? We said we were told we could get them here… so he directed us to park beyond ...

Driving!, Edirne, and Gelibolu

A travel blog entry by mawakefi on Sep 17, 2009

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... direction matched by towering skyscrapers in the other.

It was very crisp and cool outside, refreshing since it was a bit stuffy in our rooms, and the breakfast was lovely. Turkish style breakfast consists of soft white bread with a chewy, crusty crust; feta-like cheese and a mild yellow cheddar; fresh cucumbers and tomatoes; olives; jam; grapes; and occasionally a cold meat like ham or sausage. If you go to bed without dinner, this is a godsend!