Taxim Hill Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTaxim Hill Hotel Istanbul
I had fun in this hotel very mach
and the room sooo good and nice.
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... place to eat, his whole attitude changed. He was very willing to tell me about a place down the street with really good kebabs AND it was inexpensive (sort of.. :D).
After I finished my lunch of recommended kebabs, I went to the area of the Blue Mosque and found a cafe that also had Turkish Delight, a must when in Turkey. :D The guy walked me through the different flavors of Turkish Delight and how much 200g came out to be. After we sorted out what flavors I ...
... visit some 3 years before - and that extended to Peter and Roselyn too !
The Adamar Hotel can best be described as a 3 Star + hotel so it has not got tickets on itself but its location and staff are great. It is centrally located in Sultanamet and is withing walking distance of the Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia Museum, Topaki Palace, Grand Bazaar and Spice Market. Cannot get much better than that in Istanbul !
We arrived shortly before 11am and ...
... Sultanahmet either by tram or walking.
Aya Sofya is one of the most important monuments of Istanbul founded as church, later used as a mosque and today transformed into a museum by Atatürk. Inside, the amazing mosaics, frescoes and enormous domes points to an interesting history.
I continue my walk towards Topkapi Palace, which once was the headquarter of voluptuous Ottoman sultans, courtiers and concubines. Walking around the beautiful ...
... pretty easy to say no and move on. Then he started up conversation, asked where we were from, if it was our honeymoon (several have asked that now and are surprised when we say we've been married 5 years. Either we look young or we look like we get along better than most). After the small talk he said he just wanted us to stop into his family's rug shop, "no obligation to buy, I just would like to give you a card." On the way over the chat continued and ...
... nearby hotel, by far the best solution all round. I've been thinking about how to sum up our month in India. Certainly we have had a fabulous time, met interesting people, had great conversations, saw beautiful and fascinating sights, and ate some really good and different foods (most of which I couldn't identify, but gosh that yogurt was good. I think we just might have to get a yogurt maker). At the start of the trip Martin said he hoped to help us ...