Adamar Hotel

Yerebatan Cad. No:37 Sultanahmet, Fatih, Istanbul, 34110, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

I love this city

A travel blog entry by ldschaub


... we decided it would be best to do our indoor sight seeing first. We made our way to the main square. It was much quieter today than the day before and we were a little concerned we switched our days and it was actually prayer hour on Friday. As we walked closer to the mosques, we started to see the crowds and knew we would be fine.

First stop was Hagia Sophia. It had been turned into a museum and the line was short so we decided to get in while ...

Grand Bazaar and Galata Tower

A travel blog entry by milesd


... lamps, knives, chess boards, you name it! all kinds of souvenirs. I wanted to get a little knife with a curved point for a souvenir, it wasn't sharp on the edge but the pointy curve was very sharp and my parents said it was not a good not a good souvenir.
Then we went back to the Galata Tower to take some pictures from the top. It was built 600 years ago but now there is an elevator to take you up the 220 ...

Turkey again? And it's not even Thanksgiving!

A travel blog entry by ahokieabroad


... University (where Becca befriended a cuddly, probably germ infested, pregnant mama cat), and weaved through some alleys to the Aqueducts. We arrived at twilight for some brilliant photo opportunities. We trammed back to our area (Sultanahmet) and grabbed some dinner, and the requisite baklava before hanging out with Tony, the hostel owner, and sharing some beers - Efes is not a bad pilsner! We were able to answer the following ...

Day 6 - The Bazaar

A travel blog entry by thesleepysloth


... a book bazaar across the road to Les' initial delight but that soon faded as it became clear that all the books were in turkish and most were school books. We meandered through the streets around the grand bazaar until we found somewhere to eat and then caught the tram home. At Taksim square we made a quick pudding stop, I tried the chocolate and rice pudding, very sweet and not as nice as the plain rice pudding and then continued home. All in all, a rather enjoyable day. ...

Istanbul and ANZAC day

A travel blog entry by teash

... band played from around 2 am till 3 am and they were LOUD! Try sleeping through that! They would also play little documentaries which were good and very interesting at times until you actually feel asleep and woke up to bombs and explosions thinking that you were under attack!! We did all manage to get a little sleep though throughout the night. It is hard to explain in writing the experience of the dawn service at Gallipoli but simply lovely and moving. After the dawn service it ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Fatih area of Istanbul, is near Bindirdirek Cistern, Cagaloglu Hamami, Istanbul Daily City Tours, and Kapah Carsi.
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