Taksim Metropark Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsTaksim Metropark Hotel Istanbul
I was pleased with my accommodations at the Metropark. It was clean, attractively appointed, perfectly located with a helpful staff and an excellent breakfast.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Taksim Metropark Hotel Istanbul
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... at all the fishermen on the Galata Bridge, and then followed the tram tracks as planned.
A kilometre or two down the road, I decided we should check the map again ... hhhhmmmm, as suspected we were following the wrong tracks!
No worries, we're not in a hurry. We retraced our steps and got back on the right road, and sure enough there was the Galata Tower, right where it should be. Now we just needed ...
... but the best thing was our bathroom... Wow what a bathroom! It had a bath a massive vanity and a huge shower, blinds in the bathroom to see out into the bedroom, tonnes of storage, but it also had a little yellow rubber Duckie on the bath, so cute :) Tonight is an introductory dinner for all guests to get to know each other. Lovely dinner and we met come gorgeous people, early to bed as we will be travelling to Cappadocia tomorrow where we will be spending the next two ...
... to spend time ogling their handiwork ... and snapping photos.
They make a superb treat. The Turks serve them with coffee. I snatched up a few boxes to bring back with me, but if you want to join in the fun early, or live too far away to let me serve as a conduit of delight, find a nearby store that sells them.
I am still on a blogging frenzy, so watch for more to come soon.
... they had definitely had one of my favorite rides of all time. Some of the rides that they had consisted of the drop, roller costars, and water rides. All of them were fun but the funniest one was the giant red roller-coaster that started off slow but after a few meters, you would accelerate from 10 miles per hour to 60. The ride went on for 15 seconds but it was amazing. Another one was the drop. The drop took you up there just like the other drops I've been on, ...
... the beaten track and see a more or less authentic version of the historic market. Brian loves the authentic Turkish delight, despite having almost made himself sick from it on our previous visit, and there were certainly plenty of varieties to choose from. Mary meanwhile was tempted by the huge array of spices. It's hard to imagine that these tonnes of spices can actually all be consumed. Coming from Australia we find it hard to get used to the sheer mass of ...