Avsar

Address: Cevre Yolu Malatya Merkez, Malatya, Malatya, Turkey | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Cevre Yolu Malatya Merkez, Malatya, is near Kariye Museum (The Chora Church), The Bosphorus Bridge, Beylerbeyi Palace, and Haydarpasa Terminal.
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Travel Blogs from Malatya

Istanbul

A travel blog entry by youngodyssey on Apr 14, 2015

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... On the way to our hotel, The Intercontinental Istanbul, our driver informed us there were 19 million people in Istanbul and that's only the official number. I've never seen so many cars, taxis, buses and people in my life. We were told by a guide later that the population is 12 million. Normally I would split the difference between the totals but in this case from what I've seen I would add the two totals and make it 31 million. I love crowds, I just don't like being in one. ...

Last full day in Turkey

A travel blog entry by erinwarwick on May 27, 2014

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... asking for money, but they don't harass you. When asked about them one man said that the government gives the housing and jobs, but the parents don't care out the kids and let them wander the streets. (Not sure if that's true). - when they are talking to one another they always seem like they are yelling or fighting. - there breakfasts are very different from our. They usually have meat, cheese, tomatoes, cucumber, yogurt and bread. ...

7 Heads are better than 1

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Apr 21, 2014

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... happens. I am usually the one to wake first. After breakfast, and pouring over google maps, it was 9 by the time we left.

The ferry crossing over the north end of reservoir Lake Atatürk (resulting from dam project on the Euphrates) was a quick 50 kilometer drive west of Siverek on good road.


Nomads

On this stretch, we spotted a number of nomad groups. The black goat-hair ...

The only city in two continents

A travel blog entry by emily.hall.7758 on Oct 23, 2013

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... and I was still a bit too scared to approach a stall so walked in circles for about an hour, easily getting myself lost until one man invited me to look at his scarves. I felt very comfortable with this man, he sat me down and gave me a glass of apple tea while I made my selections. Apparently this is a good thing when making deals at the bazaar because it means you are creating trust and the seller won't rip you off. I left with three scarves ...

Truly bazaar experiences

A travel blog entry by fatdamien on Aug 31, 2013

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... with my trademark scowl which says "Don't touch me" in huge unwritten neon letters translated helpfully into every language, which is simultaneously my best, worst and only attempt to engage in the serious nightlife for which I suspect I came screaming into this world far too old for.

Upon facing the world anew in the trembling light of day, I found a city transformed. The hellish, lurid orange galaxy was now instead a poem of blue and greys, between the Bosphorus and ...