Eski Konak Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEski Konak Hotel Istanbul
This was an inexpensive clean hostel-like hotel. The location is perfect. The guests need to be in pretty good shape as there are lots of steps.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Eski Konak Hotel Istanbul
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... and it felt perfect to be walking back through the peace and quiet of Sultanhamet square towards the tram station, this time at 6 o’clock in the morning, listening to eerily dreamlike call to prayer for one last time.
We loved our time in Turkey, and are already itching to go back. Next time, we would love to return in the summertime, and definitely want to get down to the coast. This country really does have so much to offer. Its landscape, people and places, whilst ...
... even musical events inside sometimes. I'm sure it would have been a very cool place were it not for the mobs of people in there. There were tour groups everywhere and no matter where you stood, someone was trying to take a picture of someone else in front of something. Or someone was taking a selfie. It seems that with social media, it's not good enough to just have a picture of a historic or beautiful thing. You need a picture of yourself standing in front of ...
... flight. We had head that the trains are more limited here than in Western Europe. I was hoping to save some money in Turkey, but the prices are not as low as I had hoped. After sitting in our hot room all day, the most we had arranged was our next two stops - Cappadocia and Kusadasi. We planned to rent a car in Cappadocia and tour on our own and we found a good sounding tour on viator.com that would take us to the major historical sites around Ephesus & ...
... for these drivers. We stopped at Kanlica (pronounced Kanlicha) and tried their yoghurt. It’s served in 3 very distinct ways; 1 - with a strawberry compote, 2 - honey and 3? Well unusual to say the least. Piled up with icing sugar!
Catching up with Cecilia and Gavin before they continued their journey, this time we tried a new restaurant for us, but a favourite for them. More smoky aubergine, more lamb, more yoghurt, more bread, more, more, and more… All too ...
... spare this magnificent structure when they sacked Constantinople. With a fair bit of historical and religious sightseeing under our belt it was time to see what the locals were up to. For that we make our way down to the Galata bridge which spans the Bophorus river connecting the European & Asian sides of turkey. Families fill the boardwalk along the river on the Saturday afternoon. With them are the vendors that make a living at social gatherings. Carts selling roasted ...