Hotel Erkus

Millet Cad. No:32/A Fatih Merkez, Fatih, Istanbul, Turkey | Inn

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A travel blog entry by henriksenv


... different neighborhood markets when I lived in Istanbul and Bologna. I'm so happy to see these markets are thriving still. This kind of morning activity is what I miss in DC.

Today is the first anniversary of the Gezi Park protests. The police shut down Taksim Square yesterday in preparation. As we made our way home we saw police gathering on street corners. Needless to say, we are staying far away from all that. Hoping things don't get out of ...

Part 1 of Day 1

A travel blog entry by waddles123


... eat the vegetables��For breakfast, we we had a choice of either omelette or 'Nasi Lemak' which is basiacally fatty rice(shudder)�� During the flight I also slept but I kept walking up 3⃣to4⃣ times because of my uncomfortable positions! When the plane landed, the pilot had landed the plane well! At Ataturk Airport✈��, we first went through immigration. After that, ...

Istanbul not Constantinople (You were singing it!)

A travel blog entry by mickisc


... you name it, they had it. And it was all targeted guerrilla marketing illuminated in neon and high pressure sodium lights. It was an assault on all of the senses. I was happy our backpacks were anti-theft, my sunglasses were still on, and my allergies had me congested with my ears slightly plugged. It was an experience!

We headed back to the ship but had to cross the Galata Bridge. We chose the upper deck with the many fisherman and dodged their casting ...

Relics of the Ages

A travel blog entry by josiah.chin


... planned destination was Jennifer's Hamam, the shop that sells the world-class towels used in the famous hamam in Istanbul. The organic cotton towels are made by the last nine families in Turkey who know how to hand weave loop towels (havlu pestamel) on a traditional loom. Even after folding thousands of towels during my time in the retail industry, the towels at the hamam shop were by far the fluffiest and most durable I have ever ...

Day 3 and 4 Istanbul

A travel blog entry by adflejoshdan


... which wasn't far from the bridge.The Misir Carisi was built in 1660.AS we walked into the Bazaar Adam pointed out that Russell Crowe was inda house and we all said "yeah sure he is" but we were proved wrong and several seconds later Rusty revealed himself to us and I got a nice shot of him and his rabbitohs cap.He didn't see me although his mate did and shook his head and waggled his finger at me disapprovingly.I just waved ...


This inn, located in the Küçükçekmece area of Istanbul, is near Beyoglu, Air Force Museum, and Balik Pazari.
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