Eresin Taxim Premier
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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... which worried us a bit, but the flight to Bangkok was without any further inconveniences.
Istanbul is a great city to visit for a weekend trip. People are generally nice and not nearly as conservative as you would expect.
Loads of straying cats and dogs. (but all very cute)
Great tea and good atmosphere,need a break from the kebabs now!
Perfect first stop after two weeks of saying goodbyes and going ...
... into Asian Istanbul, formerly Anatolia. We started in Taksim Square and strolled down Istiklal Street (major European shops and American franchises like Starbucks) to the funicular that would take us back to the tram to Old Town. Back to the hotel to organize, pack, and have wine and baba ganoush on the terrace at the 4th call to prayer. Dined on the hotel terrace tonite. Flying home tomorrow. We're ready! Can't wait to get ...
... time. I'm being a bit of a Nanna at the moment really, but enjoying the quiet. I spent the afternoon doing a bit of washing, and then I asked the desk where a bank was as I wanted to get some 10c Turkish Lira coins for the kids in my class as a little gift. They told me to go to the main road and turn right, which I did and after a little walk, I came to STAR CITY ... the equivalent of an Airport West type shopping centre. Now there was every shop ...
... the delicacy shop from the food tour, we tried a selection of mezzes. Smoked eggplant, yoghurt with spinach and walnuts, pickled champignons, white bean salad, silverbeet with oil and lemon, spiced yoghurt with eggplant, dolimades and Andrew also had spicy lambs fry. Mmm. Not really something that I like but Andrew likes to try offal in many disguises… Just as we were about to finish (and ready to burst), the shop owner gave us a complimentary sweet cake to share. ...
... of the smaller lanes and streets and strained my ears to hear any sounds of disquiet, but I could hear none. It seemed as though the worst was over, and all I managed to get was a few poultry shots of fires and barricades. A few days later I met another Australian who had arrived eight hours earlier than me, and got swept up in the riots with his camera by pure chance and accident. As he was showing me the incredible images he’d taken on his camera, my jealousy was such that I ...