Art' Otel

Mesihpasa Caddesi 16, Istanbul, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

I love this city

A travel blog entry by ldschaub


... steep hill to the hotel. This walk took us along stores, in between parked cars and between narrow openings, all the while I was trying to keep from rolling down the hill with my giant pack. But eventually we made it to the hotel, checked in, dropped off our bags and got a great dinner across the road. We sat outside and watched the street in front of our hotel. It was a two was road which was only wide enough for 1 car. This road had a blind corner and ...

Mosques, Movies, Mackerels and Museum Cards

A travel blog entry by orimono


... going to go to the palace and Hagia Sophia and not to. From Üküdar the walk took me to Kadiköy and on my way I found the perfect place to hang out. Steps, made comfortable with cushions and the perfect view of both European parts of Istanbul. In need for a toilet I had a quick stop over at the Turkish version of a greyhound bus station. Very lively, very interesting! In order not hike all the time along the fences of the commercial harbor I went up the ...

We're here!

A travel blog entry by thegentrys


... that they lock the floor after we leave instead of locking each room. We are waiting for dinner to be served. Let the fun begin! Dinner consisted of couscous, chicken kabobs, and fries with a side salad and a corn soup appetizer. The orange drink and ginger ale are really good. I also enjoyed the sparkling water. Most of our group is hanging out right now in a lounge on the fifth floor trying to contact friends and ...

Our final day in Turkey

A travel blog entry by belinda-ben


... anything but trying to get a bargain.

We carried on walking to the Nuruosmaniye Mosque where we had a look inside before going back to the Spice Bazaar, we basically went to get a whole lot of Turkish delight, it was worth it.

As we were leaving Ben got harassed by a kid that was begging, he grabbed onto him and wouldn't let him go. Belinda and Kate were laughing while Ben tried to side step his way out of the situation.

Back in Istanbul

A travel blog entry by tmarts


... seed of the original though. We also went to the Turkish cemetery, and the hill where the New Zealanders held position for many months. After the dawn service this is where the NZ's come, Aussies to Lone Pine.
The losses were too ghastly - 21000 British, 10000 French, 8700 Aussies, 2700 NZ, 1300 Indians and 49 Newfoundlanders ( now Canada) The Turks lost 86000. Looking at the headstones in the Australian cemetery - the ages were 18,19 -very few older. Apparently the Turks age ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Fatih area of Istanbul, is near Suleymaniye Mosque, Military Museum (Asker Muzesi), Beyazit Mosque (Beyazit Camii), and Istanbul University.
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