Address: Kumbaba Mah. Uygur Sok, Istanbul, 34980, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Bayrampasa area of Istanbul.
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      Becoming Disneyland but still great

      A travel blog entry by corinnaharmon on Sep 18, 2014

      ... The first room was OK with one window and the 2nd was glorious with 2 whole walls of windows and a balcony facing the sea. I think this set us back about $45. We walked up and down the harbor. Lots of restaurants but no tourists at this time. We appreciated seeing posters of Ataturk, scarce in Istanbul.

      The Black Sea is famous for hamsi (I think they are anchovies or sardines -- something small and silver) and we had to have ...

      Buses, boats and beautiful food

      A travel blog entry by maccanat29 on Jun 09, 2014

      7 comments, 33 photos

      ... yes, correct spelling) at Ciya (Olga recommendation), mine with smoky babaganush and chicken and for Andrew, with lamb and yoghurt. More incredibly good food. The afternoon soon passed as Andrew started to teach me backgammon and we wandered again through the Kadakoy markets before catching the ferry home. Trying to get away from the noise at night, we went to the movies. Not something that would happen in Perth, but after arriving a little late and purchasing our tickets, we ...

      Don't be afraid

      A travel blog entry by henriksenv on Jun 01, 2014

      12 photos

      ... commercial center and main ferry terminal for boats going to the European side of the city. We ate simit, a delicious sesame covered bread ring, and went to look for Baylan, the good ice cream shop. They are known for kup griye, sort of a caramel and coffee ice cream sundae with crunchy caramel bits inside. I ordered one, and it is every bit as good as I remembered.

      Meanwhile, the protest in Taksim Square was developing. This weekend is ...

      Sisli & kadikoy

      A travel blog entry by msgee on Nov 09, 2013

      ... to Ist for dessert -- Italian cheesecake. It's drier than regular cheesecake. First tried it in NYC. Now I remember that I don't like Italian cheesecake. Price was comparable to Demetre's or some other dessert place. I wasn't the only one eating alone; the woman next to me also was, and had brought a newspaper. I just played with my phone. It was more embarrassing eating (almost) the whole slice myself than the fact I was dining alone. Ist was actually the ...

      Pide, pistachios and a grand bazaar...

      A travel blog entry by rmph on Sep 06, 2013

      1 comment

      ... to peak hour!) we noticed there were stray cats sitting on the rocks that edge the ocean. The fishermen must feed them and they just hang out there until dinner time. - I lost my friends in the Grand Bazaar (a surprisingly easily thing to do) and had a moment of feeling completely like a fish out of water - my pale skin doesn't help. BUT I still managed to haggle down the price of my purchases, navigate the city and explore the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sofia (I got to wear ...