Eresin Taxim Premier
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
TripAdvisor Reviews Eresin Taxim Premier Istanbul
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... gate where the poor man was being inundated by ‘special’ foreigners for some reason. Once through we collected our bags which thankfully both arrived, our trip to Turkey two years ago ended up minus one bag which caught up with us in Capadoccia four days later so I was a bit worried and made sure clothes were divided between the two bags as well as a couple of changes in the backpacks – it was easy enough for Pete to buy ...
... We found an excellent restaurant right beside our hotel that overlooked the blue mosque. The servers were fantastic! The meal looked amazing. It was really sad to be having our very last long meal together. I liked Istanbul simply because it was just so different from any where else I've been. The culture is so strong and so different from where we live that it really did feel very far from home. I did however feel uncomfortable from time to time and ...
... salted yogurt drink that is really very good). We walked across the Galata Bridge and then I walked home to my hotel. That was my last afternoon in Istanbul and I went to Topkapi Palace for tea and strolled around the Blue Mosque again.
On Friday I returned to Paris, one happy girl and one grateful one for having a life that lets me be in Istanbul and Paris in the same month. Thanks for making me write about it and for sending these photos. My love to all.
... mind is the most important tool to tolerance and understanding. It has helped me to receive important life lessons, meet beautiful people and have inspiring encounters. Point said, back to Cappadocia…
Although I always expect less of the touristiest places, I also put Ilhara valley on my to-visit-list. It is a gorge valley following a river stream with many cave houses and cave churches full of nicely preserved paintings. In Selima there is even ...
... where mostly men's jeans were on sale, while another large precinct specialised in highly ornate bridal wear. With everything so cheap and of high quality, Brian couldn't resist buying a few more shirts. We found that the merchants in the less touristy parts were less inclined to haggle on price. Maybe when they're selling to the locals they set their prices at low, non-touristy, levels, leaving them with less flexibility. It's worth talking too about ...