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  • Incredible view, perfect location

    "This apartment in the upscale Cihangar neighborhood of Beyoglu is really special. The views of the Bosphorus afford sunset and sunrise vistas (at least in the Winter months), as well as an amazing view of the Asian shore and across the Golden Horn to Sultanhamet. The beds are comfortable, the kitchen is simple yet quite functional, the Ottoman's Bedroom is a great place to sprawl out and relax after a day of sightseeing. The neighborhood is quiet - the apartment is a few streets removed from the main bustle of Cihangar, and quite a bit removed from the noise of Taksim, yet Taksim is still an easy walk. Metro, buses, tram and ferries are all within easy walking distance of the apartment. Altogether, a really great place to stay. Myself and two friends spent 3 weeks here, and we wish we could have doubled it!"
    Guest: Mike Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 17, 2014
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  • 2 Americans in Paris

    "We visit Paris often, in fact, I used to live there, so for me there is no experience quite like being in ones own apartment. This apartment, Champagne, was perfect for us. We came for 10 days finishing the weekend of Valentine's Day. We enjoyed every minute of our stay. I speak french, and Tim does not, but in the 7th Arrondissement, near the Champs de Mars, and Eiffel Tower, one can easily get by with English. The best boulangerie is on Rue de Grenelle, to buy fresh bread and pain au chocolat, croissants, and more, every morning. The apartment has a drip coffee maker as well as an espresso maker and if you are American, like me, you need your morning coffee to start the day. The view or should I say "VIEW", is amazing. Seven Large french windows open onto a wrap around balcony, with two sets of chairs and small tables, and they all have that marvelous view of the Eiffel tower that one never gets tired of. No photo can do it justice, and it's dazzling at night when it sparkles, with thousands of lights, every hour, on the hour. The kitchen is remarkably well appointed and stocked with everything you might want. I am a cook and was worried that I would have to buy a lot of things, but aside from spices and the food itself, I had everything that I needed. There is also a wonderful butcher just across the street. The Rue Cler has a wonderful market every Sunday, and it's only about a 10 minute walk. We bought armfuls of beautiful fresh flowers and filled every room, and it was the only addition we needed to feel absolutely at home. The toilet is separate from the shower area and very small, but I was used to it, from my 5 years, living in the city, when I was younger. The bathroom, however, is quite large even by hotel standards, no bath, but a large walk in shower, a double sink and a washer dryer combo in a cabinet, very handy. The staff at Paris Perfect are only one block away and are available buy telephone and online, to help with anything you might need. The telephone, in the apartment, is included, and very handy. Their English is perfect and they will help you out, as they did us a couple of times. I can't imaging going back and staying anywhere else. A hotel has it's limited charm, but cannot compare with this 4 room dream of an apartment. I can't recommend it more, although, I probably shouldn't, or it may be occupied, when I want it again. Go and see paris as it should be seen, like a Parisian."
    Guest: Michael D. Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: February 23, 2015
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Germany Travel Tips

Seasons to Visit Germany Vacation Rentals

Most visitors to Germany travel in the warmer summer months that run from May through September. The peak travel season is typically during June and July. In general, summer days are long with the sun only setting after eight at night. This allows plenty of time for sightseeing and other activities. In the winter, the temperatures range from mild to freezing depending on where you are in Germany. The northern and eastern parts frequently get heavy snowfall during December and January. In the south and more mountainous regions, the snow and scenic beauty attract many visitors in the wintertime.

Attractions and Activities at Germany Lodging

Germany has a rich and diverse history. In almost every town or city, there are buildings dating back to the Middle Ages, beautiful churches or cathedrals, and local legends that have become part of the local traditions. There are many museums in Germany catering to a wide range of interests. Far from boring showcase-type exhibits, modern museums include video, sound and actual artifacts to bring history to life. While traditions remain strong, Germany is a modern nation and this is reflected in the high-tech modern style of living in the cities. Restaurants and bars range from traditional eateries to quirky and sometimes bizarre-themed venues. Most people visit Germany to take in the ancient castles, museums and churches. In the summertime, the best way to explore is on foot. Enjoy a cup of coffee at a street side café and browse through the shops in between your visits to museums.

Germany Travel Tips

Getting around Germany is easy but before you set out, make sure you have a good guidebook with you. In this way, you can plan some of your travel routes and make sure you get to the sights that you really want to see. If you plan to travel by train or are spending some time in one particular city, look into purchasing a travel pass. This is often far more affordable than single route tickets. Germany is relatively safe but be aware of walking around alone at night. Like most major cities, there is always a risk of becoming a target for crime.

Getting to and Around Germany

Germany takes up a large part of Central Europe and is easily accessible by air, land and sea. The harbor at Hamburg is one of the largest and busiest in the world. While it is mostly cargo that is transported, several worldwide cruise liners also dock at Hamburg. If you already reside or are traveling in Europe, one of the best ways to get around is by train. There is an extensive rail network in Germany that links it up with the rest of Europe. High-speed intercity trains are a convenient way of traveling longer distances. Smaller towns and villages can be reached on standard trains. Some of the rail routes, such as the one from Cologne and Dusseldorf to Frankfurt, follow the scenic route along the Rhine River. This is one of the best ways to see the countryside.

There is also an extensive road network; however, you do need to be confident in your driving ability. The high-speed autobahns and inner city congestion can be somewhat intimidating if you are not used to it. Germany has several efficient international airports. The busiest is Frankfurt International Airport. This is mostly due to its central location within Germany and Europe. Other international airports include Berlin Airport and Munich Airport. From these airports, you can get domestic connections on to other cities such as Dusseldorf, Bonn, Hamburg, and Dresden.

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