Eresin Taxim Premier
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... that tried to be too friendly with Niamh, she had a slightly deranged look about her. If only I could write the response she gave when she was turned down!! I loved loved Istanbul and the best bit was when we stopped being tourist and just let the madness of the city take over. Every 5 seconds something funny or crazy happens. Street food is good, the men are horrendous, I've lost at least 20 lire to kids begging and water men conning me. But it was brilliant. My number one ...
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Something the Asian side had which we hadn't seen in the historic European area was sideless carts piled with antiques or secondhand books. These were wheeled about the streets and then set down for a while for people to browse at. Some if the books were in ...
Wow! We actually got up today despite getting into assemble at 3 AM. Due to our last flight being delayed a biit we got in a little later than expected even after our flight changes, imagine that. Once we got to the airport we had to purchase a visa and then go through passport control.Well we knew we were going to have to take taxi, and for that we were going to need turkish cash liras the real deal! Unfortunately neither of our bank cards would work at the ...
... mean that they will rip you off a little bit less, figuratively speaking. The rate was horrible and I think the hidden charge mounted to maybe 6-7 dollars all together for I had about 50 dollars leftover. Whatever, this is the least of my troubles for by now it is clear that people scrutinizes my visa and ask questions about the extension for it is not clear at all if I needed to leave before the 21st or before the end of the 21st of April. Everything taken care of, ...
... 1 the blue mosque which is very large and very pretty, I'll give the Muslims this - they can build an attractive house of worship! I then visited the Topaki Palace which did have a lot of cool things in it, but the combination of the freezing cold and my growing exhaustion meant that while I did visit every room open to visiting, I did it fairly quickly. There is some very elaborate jewellery and treasure on display and left me with no shadow of a doubt that at ...