Grand Oztanik Hotel

Topcu Cad. D:9-11 Taksim, Beyoglu, Istanbul, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Kocatepe area of Istanbul, is near Istiklal Street, Galata Bridge, Troy (Truva), and Valens Aqueduct (Bozdogan Kemeri).
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    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

    A great place for rioting - Taksim Square

    A travel blog entry by bmilnes on Jul 06, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... of it today. Some readers may know the are a few golden rules of Ware Family Travel. 1. Try something new every day 2. If there is a loo handy everyone uses it, and 3. If we have walked past 7 restaurants we have to go into the 8th. The last rule is designed to stop exactly the sort of madness we encountered today, where we kept walking a bit further, and a bit further, and just to that corner.. And let's just go ...

    A Trial Separation

    A travel blog entry by madanaki on May 25, 2014

    3 comments, 16 photos

    ... unfortuately, noone back in the colonies wanted to talk with him.

    The two of us were reunited at the hotel at 1 after enjoying our respective pastimes separately and then spent the next few hours trying to check in online for our Prague flights and research our Prague and Germany excursions. The wifi in the hostel was pretty bad so this took a lot longer than expected but we managed to get a plan of attack for the ...

    All Around Town

    A travel blog entry by voyager-sue on May 15, 2014

    3 photos

    ... could have taken a Bosphorus cruise for 25 TL. We passed but did pick up a brochure.

    We were both exhausted from the heat and the walking, but were much revived when we saw the Spice Bazaar. Lots of spice and Turkish Delight, scarves and other textiles, ceramics, saffron, henna, deli's, a rich panoply of aromas and colors, especially colors. We decided to cancel our street food tour, which involved 3 more hours of walking and eating. We found a café ...

    A Ferry, A Train and A Palace

    A travel blog entry by sachanicole on Nov 06, 2013

    67 photos

    ... calls for desserts so we headed back from the palace and stopped a a pudding shop. Sacha picked out four massive pieces of baklava while I settled for a pistachio and chocolate pudding from a dessert-only menu of about 50 picture pages.

    For dinner, we walked back to the Sultanahet area for meze that Sacha enjoyed next to a sleeping cat and later found ourselves on a very cool resto-street where we stopped for drinks and melon ...

    Airports, airports, airports

    A travel blog entry by msgee on Oct 30, 2013

    ... airports is the opportunity to observe locals at their most stressed because, let's face it, airports are always stressful. You can learn about a culture (if you can generalize several million people as such) from this exercise. I'm loving the Turkish people for their overall politeness. Coming out of the baggage claim, I rolled my bag over a man carrying a baby and he just smiled as I apologized profusely. And when I was ...