Chillout Classic Hostel

Address: Asmalimescit Mah. Istiklal Cad. Balyoz Sok. No:3/A Istiklal, Beyoglu, Istanbul, 34080, Turkey | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Beyoglu area of Istanbul, is near The Bosphorus, St Anthony of Padua, Balat, and Belgrad Forest.
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    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

    Istanbul, Constantinople,"It"

    A travel blog entry by 2buckleys on Aug 08, 2015

    33 photos

    ... cups to accompany an indifferent meal. A marvellous intra-city connected the parts we frequented in our short stay. The fact that we could use the Istanbul transport card on any of the transport modes, including boat taxis, made it so easy.

    Being on limited time we really restricted our focus to the 'must see' places. They all lived up to expectation although the "Blue Mosque" (Sultanahmet) wasn't as blue as ...

    Viv's Story: Istanbul, Turkey: Day 4

    A travel blog entry by knudsentrips on Jun 23, 2015

    ... dog by brushing it's winter coat off. Then mom went to a cemetery and the rest of us rested on a bench outside. Then we walked to dinner. We ate at a restaurant called the Sultan's Kabobs, and we had kabobs, crepes and Turkish pizza. As you can tell, I love kabobs and crepes (Kabobs aware just a whole lot more common) and I eat them whenever I get the chance to! Then we headed back to the hotel/apartment. Then we went to bed. That's all for ...

    Last Day !

    A travel blog entry by felixcullen on Apr 14, 2015

    5 photos

    ... One of the obelisks had been transported from Egypt and was in such good condition it looked almost new. The other obelisk was built of bricks and looked a lot more shabby, but in its defence it had once been looted. Between the two obelisks a twisted metal column stood in a hole in the square. It looked quite ugly and I mistook it as horrible modern art. Turns out it was the 2000 year old Serpentine column that all the guidebooks talk about. On the walk to ...

    The road to Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Nov 28, 2014

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... day (after availing myself of the breakfast supplies kindly left by my host) I went for a good solid explore of what I'm pretty sure was most of the old town, particularly just either side of the wall as I was attempting to figure out if it was possible to get up and walk along them. Again the old town featured churches that became mosques that became churches that became museums - while I'm not sure a fan of the concept of conquest the waste not want not ...

    Day 83

    A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Oct 23, 2014

    6 photos

    ... are eating, even up here in the mountains, the call to prayer goes out, this one makes us smile, it really must be the worst sound quality ever. Off we go again, the road is very dusty and makes everything feels gritty, eventually we hit a surfaced road again, at a junction a chap in a wagon asked us directions, amazingly we were able to help and pointed him in the direction for Yedigoller. Before long we were back on the motorway, all ...