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TravelPod Member ReviewsTugcan Hotel Gaziantep
Very very friendly staff...its real Gaziantep..I can suggest to all foreigners.
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GÜN 2 GÜNLERDEN CUMA
Sabah güzel bir kahvaltı.
Dostlarım, aramıza yeni katılanlarlar için özel olarak "katmer" yaptırmışlar.
Bildiğiniz gibi Antep yemekleri ile ünlü bir ilimiz kendine has çok yemeğin anavatanı adeta..
Katmer bu yörenin önemli tadlarından biri.
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