Eresin Taxim Premier
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... on a two week tour and one thing led to another and we arranged to meet up when we got to Istanbul.
We went for a walk in our immediate neighbourhood, where Onur had suggested a Hotel. Great start to the stay, away from the crowds but really close to everything.
Its a big place, only 15 million people live here, and the city just goes on and on, so being in a place where everything was handy was a huge bonus.
PJ had a turkish bath. Good but a bit of a ...
... stacked up behind them. On the way back from dinner, which Weston supervised being cooked, we found a nearly abandoned graveyard, and a man selling produce out of the back of his truck. In the local market ( and I mean local, there seem to be 2 each block) we grabbed a loaf of bread for $.33 I hope it tastes good because I'm so excited on what a deal it was. More pics to come after we sync Linda's camera (read that as better pics to come since she has a better eye than I ...
... the rule of Ahmed J. Thankfully our wonderful guide enabled us to jump the long queue for tickets and go straight in. The Sultan Ahmed Mosque is commonly known as the Blue Mosque for the blue tiles that adorn the walls of the interior. We lined up, covered our head and took off our shoes and we then entered the mosque. The inside is magnificent with all those beautiful blue tiles on the walls and ceiling. We stayed there for ...
... I'm sitting in a barber watching Mikey have his hair done. I'm sure I've said this before, but I've really enjoyed Mikey's haircuts! He's had one in almost every country and it's a real insight into a place and how the locals live and interact. Today he also had his facial hair shaved, and they used a lighter to burn away the last few bits of annoying hair around the ears that you usually have to go home and have a shower to get rid of!
We tried to get to the rooftop of a place ...
... us. Soon we were at the Hippodrome, a pedestrian area where the Spiral Column, the Obelisk of Theodosius and the German Fountain. The first two are from the Roman era and the fountain was a gift from Kaiser Wilhelm. We then walked back to Dream Catcher for Coffee and made a picnic to take out with us. We set off for the Spice Market, it is a long walk and the sun is hot today. We followed the old palace walls until we came across the New ...