Eterno Hotel

Address: Topcu Cad. No: 19, Istanbul, 34437, Turkey | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located in the Beyoglu area of Istanbul, is near Galata Bridge, Istiklal Street, Troy (Truva), and Bebek.
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    Travel Blogs from Istanbul


    A travel blog entry by theproberts on May 30, 2015

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    ... in both European & Asian side. The name Bosphorous comes from the Greek Mythology Oxford where an Ox carried a boy & girl across but the girl fell off but Ox reached other side with the boy. The Bosphorus Bridge links European to Asian side - the Asian side being more residential 97% more greener - with people making the daily commute to the European side for work.The tour took in Beylerbeyi Palace built in 1808-39 when burnt had added buildings, this was ...


    A travel blog entry by cherylhanson on May 04, 2015


    ... He took his hand and took him to places that he thought Max would be interested in and Max helped him pick tea leaves for us to try when we got home. Max was in heaven, running and climbing in his own little world of ancient warriors. Next we visited a waterfalls and were able to go into a cave and walk behind the waterfalls which he was very excited about. It was a great day.

    Our last morning our little fellow bounced out of bed at 5:30am and since we ...

    Istanbul: Bosphorus Cruise - March 2015

    A travel blog entry by normflach on Mar 30, 2015

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    ... AD Roman Emperor Diocletian partitioned the unwieldy Roman Empire for administrative purposes. The Western Roman Empire was ruled from Rome, and the Eastern Roman Empire from Byzantium (the original name of Istanbul). Initially, Rome was considered the capital of the Empire. Constantine I was the first Roman Emperor to rule both the Western and the Eastern Roman Empires. In 330 AD, he declared that the capital of the Empire would be Byzantium, not Rome. Then his ego got out of ...

    Incredible Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by jimtrap on Sep 19, 2014

    2 comments, 34 photos

    ... art. The icecream is not as we have it at home but almost ribbon like and they serve it on the end of along metal pole into the cones. But the artistry of the serving is a floor show in itself with cones and icecream being moved around at lightning speed before the final product is delivered. Good entertainment.

    The final floorshow was provided late into the evening from our bedroom window which overlooks a fairly busy intersection in this area. Fire ...

    Day 96 (Istanbul)

    A travel blog entry by marcohj on Aug 15, 2014

    ... was literally around the corner from our old hostel, which was slightly annoying as I could've gone much earlier. The Museum of Innocence was created by Orhan Pamuk, a Nobel Prize winning Turkish novelist who curated it to accompany his book, which followed a man's love for a woman, her death and his attempt to collect as many objects that she'd touched as possible. The museum was a presentation of such ...