Eresin Taxim Premier
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... to turn to stone. but one day she turned to stone and this system was named after her. Then we walked up to the mosque's. We looked in the red one and that was amazing they had these amazing mosaics that the Moslems covered over with ****** old concrete and they are uncovering all the Christian stuff and mosaics that the place was filled with. Then after that we went to the grand bazaar which was good but ...
... town but some interesting sights none the less.
Did have Kebab for lunch though! Hmmmmm maybe I chose the wrong place or maybe I was ripped off a bit but.... just for the record Akbabas in Richmond are better. Will have to do a lot more testing before making too many judgements though.
Random facts - this city has 50 million inhabitants and this trip will cover 2750 k's......
... about the hotel we were staying at and the way we had been treated so far, we woke up to no running water in our room. So without having a shower, we headed down to breakfast. We were pleasantly surprised to meet a man named Emre who straight away came over and introduced himself as our guide for the rest of the trip. He immediately came across as very friendly, helpful and well experienced so we relaxed a little. We were now in safe hands. We spent just about the entire day on the ...
... bazaar. Most of the browsers are tourists and the shop keepers I spoke to are rather vague about whether any locals ever shop there. They mostly complain that tourist numbers are down and not many people are buying. And this is the peak tourist season and there certainly seems to be no shortage of visitors crowded into the main attractions in the Old City, many of whom pour off the massive cruise ships docked in Istanbul’s crowded harbour.
But for all that, ...
... looked inside the monastery, and drank some tea, we made our dissent and walked the whole way back through the local streets. It was so scenic. We then got on the boat back and made our way back to Istanbul to meet Zeynel, Mehtap, Dr. Rashit, and Farrah at Ortakoy.
Our dinner was more hilarious than delicious, because the four of them wouldn't stop laughing! The dynamics of the four of our new friends is ...