Cihangir Hotel

Aslan Yatağı Sk. No 17, Istanbul, Turkey | Hotel
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Day 177 - Visit to a Hamam

A travel blog entry by costin

... back down on the marble and (in a sentence that I never expected to write), I was covered in bubbles by a balding, beer gut sporting Turk and given a massage. It was a pretty intense massage too, when he was squeezing my ribs, it was downright painful! Once again, I was given a one word instruction of "front", so I rolled over on to my front. I started sliding all over the place, as I was covered in bubbles and lying on a marble surface. This sliding about, wasn't ...

Mystery and magic

A travel blog entry by brynandnate


... was built is just unbelievable. We also really loved the idea that it was built as a church, and became a mosque instead of being torn down. There is so much hatred and mistrust between Christians and Muslims today- I wish they could all add a pilgrimage to Aya Sofia to see the Islamic writings blended with Christian imagery of Mary... And perhaps learn something of tolerance.

The Basillica Cistern is another bizarre creation- it is a humid, dark underground ...

Istanbul (take two), TURKEY

A travel blog entry by writeofpassage


We went to the train station first up this morning and booked a train to Burchest in Romania. There is only one train that leaves each day and it leaves at ten at night. The train does not arrive at its destination until six O'clock tomorrow evening and the worst part is that our travelling won't be over then as we still have another two hour long train ride before we arrive in Borsov in Transylvania. In total it will be something like twenty eight hours of non stop ...

The Modern

A travel blog entry by maxcrosby


Max and I started the day with a run- earlier this time to beat the heat- and we arrived at the Basilica Cistern just as it opened. One of the best-preserved archeological wonders in the world, the massive, underground cistern is over 100,000 square feet and supported by 336 marble columns. It's a giant, man-made grotto, across the street from Hagia Sofia. It currently has maybe a foot of water, with carp to keep it clean, and features two columns built on giant ...

Gorgeous Turkey - Part I

A travel blog entry by globehunters


... cars and two burned out municipal busses. Gezi Park was filled with young people and tents. There were numerous volunteers walking around cleaning up the park and distributing free food to anyone in need or just plain everyone (we were offered food by a number of people). The mood was quite festive and peaceful. We stayed for a couple of hours just taking it all in.

We returned a week later after some further ...

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This hotel, located in the Beyoglu area of Istanbul, is near Istanbul Modern Museum, Taksim Square, Ihlara Valley, and Bagdat Street (Bagdat caddesi).
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