My House Taksim

Address: Kocatepe Mahallesi Caylak Sokak No 51, Istanbul, 34437, Turkey | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMy House Taksim Istanbul

Reviewed by senior.verano

Finding Alladins cave in Istanbul.

Reviewed Oct 15, 2015
by (1 review) , Switzerland Flag of Switzerland

Finding a great second Hand shop that had possibly everything, and more. I found here a pair of fairly old bronze lensed tinted glasses that looked like something from a pink panther movie. Big Thick pair of glasses, but still very cool. I was given them for 10 lira (which was fair enough, as thats how much I would pay for a fake pair of ray-bans, and 10 lira is about 3.30 euros. Not bad I thought. My advice, if you want to go shopping in Istanbul, go straight through taxi down towards the ocean, and on the way down you will find many cool shops you would like.

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TripAdvisor Reviews My House Taksim Istanbul

2.50 of 5 stars Fair

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