Kosk Orman

Address: Nizam Mah. Turkoglu Sok. No:5 Buyukada, Adalar, Istanbul, 34970, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Nizam Mah. Turkoglu Sok. No:5 Buyukada, Adalar, Istanbul, is near Rustem Pasha Mosque and Museum of Calligraphy.
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      Day 88 (Madrid/Istanbul)

      A travel blog entry by marcohj on Aug 05, 2014

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      ... to Taksim square. Once there it took us ages to find the hostel and we had to walk down one of the busiest streets in the city (seriously packed to the walls for over a kilometre) for ages and ages. We thought we were lost but eventually found the hostel and checked in. We walked bak up this huge hill to the busy street and got kebabs then went back to the hostel and drank tea and played with the street cats. We are now exhausted and sweaty and about to go to bed. I love you, ...

      Istanbul, Turkey Population 14.2 million

      A travel blog entry by anitamercado on Jul 12, 2014

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      ... one side and Asia (Minor) on the other but both are the same city of Istanbul. I remember learning about Constantinople and how important it was to world trade in connecting the Black Sea to the Aegean then the Mediterranean Seas. Also how different empires, like the Byzantine and Ottoman empires, battled to get control of this city. That was before they changed the name of the city to Istanbul. Never, ever, EVER did I think I might be walking through the streets of this ...

      Byzantine Churches and Ottoman Palaces

      A travel blog entry by sharon1306 on May 02, 2014

      ... on and walked up to the palace grounds. I will never forget the joy on their faces as they ran circles around each other on the grass outside the palace! I even have a video of it for posterity.

      The crowds were horrible here as well, but then again, this was the Topkapi Palace, the absolute one must see, where generations and generations of Sultans lived, along with their many wives who were closeted in the harems! The courtyards, lush and green and shady, the treasury ...

      Our ANZAC adventure starts

      A travel blog entry by dabby1 on Apr 18, 2014

      ... at 11.40pm to Denizli, south west of Istanbul. Im loving the food so far - turkish delight on the plane and then Aryan (a cold yoghurt drink) for just 1.75TL (turkish lira). The exchange rate is about 3.3TL to every 1. The domestic terminal provides my first squatting experience since embarking on our O.E and we discuss strategies to "hit the bulls-eye" - haha.

      Finally in Denizli at 1am we jump on the BAYTUR bus for 15TL and drive to Pamukkale, about ...

      The joys of travel!

      A travel blog entry by geofw on Jan 18, 2014

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      ... 8216;Turkish Cousin.’ Funny name! Well this is a start. I then ask him if there is a place where I can lay down and have a rest. At some airports they have seats to lie down on. He tells me there is not. However, I am not prepared to sit around for the next nine hours or lay on the floor, so I press my case. Can I talk to his manager? I ask him very politely, almost pleadingly. He disappears behind a screen and is some time. After a while, another older man appears, who must be his ...