Cihangir Hotel

Address: Aslan Yatagi Sk. No 17, Istanbul, Turkey | Hotel
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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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    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

    Fourteen Million : ByzanTEEMING with People

    A travel blog entry by kirstenelise on Jul 06, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... was getting to the hotel. I'd arranged for someone to wait for me with a sign with my name on it (that makes me feel *so* important!) At the gate ,dozens of people held signs but none said my name. I walked back and forth sweatily scanning the crowd but didn't see my name. Information told me I had to buy a phone card to call the hotel and ask what was up. The kiosk where you buy the card had a lady counting money for a long time. ...

    Taking it easy in Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by ashishbeke on May 20, 2015

    8 photos

    ... in Istanbul, I decided to just pay extra and stay in the private room. The only disadvantage is that I am probably not going to meet anyone else in the hostel. But given that it was just a day and half, I was really alright with that. So, after arranging the room business, I went out for a walk. I went to the Galata tower first, and since there was no line, just decided to buy the ticket and go up. The view is just fantastic. You can look at the old town, and see the Aya ...

    Day 15

    A travel blog entry by felixcullen on Apr 11, 2015

    3 photos

    ... while we came up with a new plan. On our way towards the various restaurants, we were persuaded to book a 2 hour Bosphorus cruise instead. At only 12 lira each it was definitely worth the risk. We had lunch in a busy fish shack under a bridge. We both ordered fresh fish sandwiches, which are world famous in Istanbul. It was a wise decision as the fresh mackerel definitely lived up to its reputation.

    We ...

    End of the (Silk) Road

    A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Aug 18, 2014

    4 comments, 14 photos

    ... and the 300 or so women were watched carefully by black eunuchs. These eunuchs were men from North Africa who were castrated at a young age. One rose to the position of "Lord of the Harem", the third most powerful position in the Empire. Not only was he responsible for the harem but also the education of the crown prince. This close relationship with the future sultan undoubtably carried with it much influence.

    The women of the harem ...

    Tour of Gallipoli.

    A travel blog entry by miss_melissa on Jul 31, 2014

    ... and a family from India. All of the monuments were simple and not overbearing like some shrines can be. The cemetery's were peaceful and informative. I'm not going to talk to much about the brave and courageous soldiers from either side but I will say this, the Turkish people don't go around slamming Australians, British, French etc for the battle of Gallipoli. They are fair, just and tolerant. The Turkish people that ...