Hotel Bulvar Palas

Ataturk Bulvari no 36. Aksaray, Fatih, Istanbul, 34470, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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Day 32 (Istanbul)

A travel blog entry by kimrop88


... bit before heading back to the hotel and found a cool clothes shop on the way where we both got a couple of T-shirts. At 8 we got a shuttle bus out to the dancing show where we had dinner and unlimited drinks supplied as part of the show. The show started with more traditional dancing, I was really excited to see the whirling dervishes but they were only on for about 2 mins! They did knife throwing at a block with their mouths and then came the belly dancing. There was ...

Day 13 Not Constantinople!!

A travel blog entry by bru48cas

... if we stop we will completely seize up. Two to go. The amazing Bascillia cistern undergound that again is a construction wonder where it is dark and there is still water containing large Coui fish. This was also a highlight as it is not quite as popular as some of the other attractions as was not quite as crowded. Last stop, and we are almost over it, is the Grand Bazaar, think Paddys on more steroids than the Sharks. It is gigantic and packed. ...

Day 178 - Asia Day Trip

A travel blog entry by costin

... flying. We ended up in a fairly humble looking cafe by the river, but the food was tasty and very cheap, particularly given the location. Ola had a Turkish toasted sandwich type thing, whilst Faraz and I both opted for different types of Kofte.

After lunch, we said our goodbyes, after a couple of very enjoyable days together and went to get our respective boats. Buying a jeton (token) for the boat was simple, but my boat left about half an hour late ...

Istanbul Day 1

A travel blog entry by stevelegassick


... for the full story on this place! Enough stories to fill many, many books...

This amazing visit of the Hagia Sofia was followed by a quick pass by a few more Istanbul landmarks. The Blue Mosque was already closed to tourists for evening prayer time (more tomorrow - and yes, it's blue on the inside, not the outside). The cistern is massive and held all the water the city needed....almost 1500 years old, too.

Amazing city!


Our 1500 Mile Train Journey Ends Today

A travel blog entry by al-karen


... light I see is the duty free store. I go there and wait for the Mexican guy I met earlier to buy 10 cartons of cigarettes. I tell them I want to buy my visa but he says to go further down. Here I look through a window to see some old guy sitting behind a curtain. Tapping on the window finally gets his attention and with as much enthusiasm as a dead cat, he says €40. Mom hands over the money which he hastily grabs and heads back behind his curtain. ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Kemalpa?a area of Istanbul, is near Suleymaniye Mosque, Military Museum (Asker Muzesi), Beyazit Mosque (Beyazit Camii), and Istanbul University.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent