Hotel Erkus

Millet Cad. No:32/A Fatih Merkez, Fatih, Istanbul, Turkey | Inn
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This inn, located in the Küçükçekmece area of Istanbul, is near Beyoglu, Air Force Museum, and Balik Pazari.
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    Athens to Istanbul (9th-10th June)

    A travel blog entry by matt.stevie on Jun 09, 2014

    11 photos

    ... way with all our luggage, but we made it eventually. I think Matt will need to see a chiropractor after this trip as he is carrying most of the bags. He's a good man. He should be thankful I didn't jump on his back too! I was pretty proud of us catching public transport, it's not something I do often but I'm slowly getting use to it. We got on our flight no worries. This time the handlers were not on strike. It's funny, if we were going to be faced with striking ...

    Basilica Cistern

    A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 09, 2013

    31 photos

    ... it, and was so thankful that he set up his stool right there on the footpath and shined Lena's shoes! Then he did Darren's converse tips, (which didn't look too much cleaner in the end) then asked for some money! We thought it was free because we told him about his brush! Oh well, lesson learnt! We gave him a few coins each and continued on our walk. We wandered for about another hour or more, past parks, fishing boats and fishermen, some kind of fair ...

    First day in Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by jillmac on Oct 18, 2013

    It's very wet and windy today so we have decided against our ferry trip to the Princes islands. The weather looks okay for the following days so hopefully we will get there on saturday. There's not much of a view from the hotel apart from the huge hotel being constructed out the back. You can catch a glimpse of the bridge that spans the Bosphurus river but today it is obscured by cloud. Breakfast was ok and there were a few things that we did not recognize. One interesting addition ...


    A travel blog entry by opacheco on Sep 27, 2013

    5 photos

    ... Basilica Cistern. The cistern was established in order to provide a source of fresh water to the palaces of Constantiinople during the Roman era, as well as Topkapi Palace during the rule of the Ottoman Empire. Dark, damp and silent, it's a contradiction to the sun filled chaotic city above. The columns supporting the cistern’s roof were reclaimed from various roman temples and structures, adding to the disorienting effect of ...

    Traditional Turkish Hamam

    A travel blog entry by jspence on Aug 22, 2013

    ... a small towel wrapped around our bodies. The idea is to lay on the heated marble and sweat. We certainly did sweat! Along the sides of the room were marble bowls with taps above them. Next to them were buckets which you could fill with cold water and splash over yourself when you got too hot. After sweating in the marble room for about 30 minutes, a lady came and took us into a smaller room with two marble beds. We had ...