Ararat Hotel

Address: Torun Sok. No:3 Sultanahmet, Fatih, Istanbul, 34400, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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          Farewell to Greece

          A travel blog entry by mckojo on Oct 09, 2015

          1 comment, 5 photos

          ... since then. One very notable change is the use of English by almost everyone in the tourist industry. It is easy to communicate and particularly easy to order a meal. When I was here before, the menus were only in Greek and a trip to the kitchen to look at what was on the menu was often suggested. Now, menus are in many languages and the servers are often quite fluent in a variety of languages. No guesswork required.

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          Emily can be very sneaky.

          A travel blog entry by caeneden on Aug 24, 2015

          5 comments, 9 photos

          " Let's go for a walk. I want to walk over that Fisherman's Bridge to Asia." Galata Bridge. OK. I'm in that. Emily armed with her camera and long lens off we trot about 5pm. Through streets in 'old' Istanbul to the water's edge. Absolutely stunning day. There's the bridge and we are on it, crossing from Europe to Asia. There are 2 levels. The top level for vehicles and pedestrians and fishermen. The bottom level packed ...

          Better than HGTV

          A travel blog entry by kirstenelise on Jul 08, 2015

          8 photos

          ... 160;  The noon sun beat down on us as we waited in line for tickets. You know, Spanish people have a different sense of personal space than I do. Not judging, on a hot, hot sticky day. Just noticing. I was grateful for the light scarf I carry around in case of mosques. It really keeps the sun off. I felt bad for all the women in dark scarves and long coats. I wonder if they have ice packs under there. The hipster bro in front of me ...

          Living In Izmir

          A travel blog entry by cherylhanson on Apr 24, 2015


          ... turn it on then you put your foot on the gas and then it goes. Oh no that was not what he really wanted to know. He wanted to know how do the tires go around, how does it make the car move and of course I have no idea. Then on the ferry he wanted to know how something that big can float and what makes it float. I said it is a mystery but that was not the answer he was looking for. I know if his daddy was here he would have explained ...

          The City of Cs

          A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Nov 21, 2014

          38 photos

          ... other parts of the city. It was interesting just walking around, taking it all in. We walked along an old part of the crumbling city walls, along a street that seemed to only sell wedding dresses that came out of the 1980s, and had a delicious lamachun for lunch. We got suckered into an expensive shoe shine by a very friendly local (contributing to his son’s education!), and after walking through the suburbs found Siirt Seref Buryan Kebap Salonu (thanks again to Culinary ...