Mesihpasa Cad. No: 13 Laleli, Istanbul, 34480, Turkey | Hotel
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Exploring laleli

A travel blog entry by msgee

... Education includes two years of flight training in the US.

We passed by a house along the coast that the sultan wanted to buy, but the owner didn't want to sell. Finally, she told the sultan there was a snake caught in the walls that couldn't escape so he didn't want to buy it ...

All Good Things...

A travel blog entry by mjanesmith


... discuss matters in the Divan. It's pretty clear from where our meaning of 'divan' originates, isn't it?
There was a room in the upper wall of the divan that the viziers could not see into - that was the sultan's room. So they never knew if he was listening to their conversations.
This was the age of beheadings so I'm guessing everyone was on their best behavior.

Because I knew I wouldn't be able to ...

When the Ottomans came...

A travel blog entry by imrannaser

... set ups, and Nazars (blue eyes supposed to ward off evil) and all the various other Turkish trinkets sold by pretty people with friendly atmospheres. Thankfully enough, so far I had met people who spoke English and they finally pointed me to the Ayasofya. Capturing its sights and those of the Blue Mosque or Sultanahmet didn't take too long. They were all in the vicinity of each other. It was a little after noon and I had already seen some ...

Last day - day 19

A travel blog entry by basbraham02

... After the Palace we went to the Grand bazaar. Dad and Sam hadn't experienced the Grand bazaar at its best, ( getting locked in carpet shops ) so we decided to go again. We spent a long time there, and somehow managed not to get kidnapped, ( I think it was because we had a guide ). I bought I Miami Heat jersey. Mum bought a bed cover, and some extra bags for our luggage. Dad and I bought a joint gift for ...

Boating on the Bosphorus

A travel blog entry by josiah.chin


... It was neat to see Istanbul from a distance... and on both sides of us!

When we docked in Üsküdar (oos-koo-dahr) on the eastern side of the Bosphorus, we had about 1:10 on the clock before the tour was scheduled to depart. Since this was our first time on the eastern side of Istanbul, we took off walking to see the sights. Probably the most exciting find was a large farmer's market that I plan to visit in the next day or two. I'd like to find ...


This hotel, located in the Fatih area of Istanbul, is near Suleymaniye Mosque, Military Museum (Asker Muzesi), Beyazit Mosque (Beyazit Camii), and Istanbul University.
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