Assos Hotel Istanbul

Mithat Pasa Cad. No:48 Beyazit, Fatih, Istanbul, 34492, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Cihannuma area of Istanbul, is near Taksim Square, Taksim Park, Ciragan Palace, and Bebek.
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    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

    Say a little Prayer

    A travel blog entry by globe_trotters on Apr 03, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... iconic monument in Istanbul. Daniel and I find this statement quite surprising ! While the size of the grounds are impressive the mixed matched architecture and the handy man add on's tend to detract from how amazing this place is promoted as being. Thankfully the Blue Mosque returns things to "spectacular" and we are both amazed and reinvigorated by its amazing presents. Massive in its structure and detail this Mosque still has prayer time and ...

    Settling In

    A travel blog entry by grahamandsarah on May 20, 2013

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... a beautiful, peaceful peninsula, and this makes the graves and stories of terrible loss of life (on both sides) quite moving. As part of the same holiday we also went to a small island not far from Çanakkale, called Bozcaada. This island feels more Greek than Turkish, with pretty blue and white houses, cobbled streets, vineyards and even greek food in the restaurants. We hired a bike for a day and did the 50km perimeter ...

    In Which We Actually Do Something Touristy!

    A travel blog entry by hmocha on Jan 02, 2013

    31 photos

    ... into various shops. The shops were really cute though I will say that they were obviously used to tourists because most everything was in English and most of the shopkeepers spoke english. It sounds obvious but I find it fascinating that even people from countries other than England or America use English hear because it is the common language. Turks are more likely to speak English than Italian or Dutch, for ...

    Turk a Lurk

    A travel blog entry by levinson5 on Aug 31, 2012

    1 photo

    ... to to Hagia Sofia, bang a left go through Gulhane Park and then out to the Sea of MarMara. You can run for miles on the sea and literally see everything, old guys enjoying their morning swim, the fishermen, the westerners running and the freighters moving; waiting for their turn on the Bosphorus. The run back gives you the site of the Bosphorus bridges, the Golden Horn and the 3 parts of the mighty city of 20 million.

    Yener's ...

    Quick stopover in Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by gulliversreisen on Aug 29, 2012

    1 comment

    ... and tea. The afternoon was finished of with a lovely stroll through the old town and the visit at the Blue Mosque as well as the Hagia Sofia. And I even resisted the Turkish bazaars selling millions of little knickknacks. Even though I was tempted to buy a cheap "antique" rug. But I guess nearly 25 kilograms of weight in my backpack is enough to start with. Sure it’ll get lighter. Well, I guess everyone needs a little bit of wishful thinking...

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