Grand Emin Hotel

Address: Mustafa Kemal Pasa cad Fabrika sok 13, Istanbul, Turkey | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Sisli area of Istanbul, is near Rahmi M. Koc Museum, Military Museum (Asker Muzesi), Beyazit Mosque (Beyazit Camii), and Istanbul University.
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      Travel Blogs from Istanbul

      I think it's time for an afternoon 'delight'!

      A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Sep 26, 2014

      1 comment, 73 photos

      ... hours you can wake up in a whole new place. The smells of Turkish tea, honey soaked baklavas and kebaps (kebab but with a 'p') wafted through the main square and I knew instantly that this new place and I were going to get along just fine. So with that I strapped on my monster and bellied up my day bag and set off through the pedestrian street to find my new home for the next four days. Yet again, my lucky selection of hostels continued. The location ...

      The Action Begins

      A travel blog entry by robrae on Sep 21, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... fragments of the original structure surviving. The word hippodrome comes from the Greek hippos horse, and dromos, path or way. For this reason, it is sometimes also called Atmeydanı ("Horse Square") in Turkish. Horse racing and chariot racing were popular pastimes in the ancient world and hippodromes were common features of Greek cities in the Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine eras. The first Hippodrome was built when the city was called Byzantium, and was a provincial town ...

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      A travel blog entry by travelsake on Jul 22, 2014

      1 comment

      ... 8217;ll fill up faster, thus leaving faster. There’s only a handful of other people on it before it zooms off and as we’re going, I realize we’ve jumped on the first class passenger bus, which is why it’s providing such speedy service. Yay for us. The lines through passport control/security are a breeze and then Bill’s off racing through the airport. My bag feels all of it’s 25 pounds, ...

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      A travel blog entry by gritttle on Jan 13, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... choice for how Turkish people choose to live as Muslims. How they express themselves as Muslims is a personal adventure which differs from person to person. After giving insight into he faith, Oscar moves on to the construction and art of the building. He first discusses the important parts of the the building the mihrab and the minber. The mihrab is the wall facing toward Mecca with a gate leading Muslims ...

      Istanbul, where Europe meets Asia!

      A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Oct 28, 2013

      1 comment, 23 photos

      ... accessories including a kid of about 7 selling packets of cigarettes! Below, on the Bosphorous, the stretch of river separating not only Istanbul, but separating Europe from Asia, motorised ferries stormed in and out, doing handbrake turns with amazing skill and dexterity. How cool....Istanbul is the only city that spans two continents!

      It was difficult to walk amongst the crowds of jostling people, breathing in the smell of ...