Grand Oztanik Hotel

Topcu Cad. D:9-11 Taksim, Beyoglu, Istanbul, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by xinxilanren


... another one! Mustafa Cesur of the Troy Rug Store collects caps and memorabilia from all the world and we're now carrying one of his All Black caps back to NZ! We've promised to send him one from there when we get back.

Having paid our respects to the culture and history of this fabulous city we expect to shop today in the Grand Bazaar like the 21st century consumer-heads that we no doubt are.

Oh.. and a turkish bath at Sinan's house ...

The German and the White Bob Marley

A travel blog entry by sarah_and_ox


... and intricate designs and decorations. One of the gates in the palace was called the gate of Felicity- which Greenox took many photos of for his mum:) the palace was so big- it even has its own circumcision room! There were lots of exhibitions housed throughout the palace, which of course we needed to line up for- we saw the armoury, (Andrew absolutely loved this exhibition!) the clock room (got yelled at here for taking photos of the ...

When the Ottomans came...

A travel blog entry by imrannaser

... mentioned languages. However, this was the one place where I had to particularly find people who spoke these languages as the majority of the people actually didn't quite speak the languages.The first thing I set out to see, without a doubt, was the Ayasofya or Hagia Sophia. This was undoubtedly a must see structure inside and out in most travelers books. So, in case the gorgeous day that awaited me went bad, I wanted to leave no regrets in ...

Day 14: Istanbul - old Constantinople

A travel blog entry by 2walkingabout


... Josie grossie) - we all had to take our shoes off, which in our opinion was bit the best idea! Grand Bazar: in the heart of the old city is this huge Bazar which started as a small covered market in the 1400's. Its a chaotic labyrinth of lanes, shops (over 2000), restaurants, smells and haggling cries. This sensory experience was a little overwhelming at the end of a long hot day; we didn't stay too long. The Bazaar is more built up and modern than one's we'd been to before ( ...

Are you ready to rumble: Istanbul style!

A travel blog entry by 2globaltrotters


... nears the hotel.

The streets was buzzing, cafes were full, people filling the street with shopping and the smell of Turkish food just filled the air. We were amazed.

We found a cafe/restaurant that was showing Chelsea's last game for the season and rested there till late night.
We made some friends who recommend places to visit and also shared maps and tips. We went to bed late and was looking forward to exploring the city next ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Kocatepe area of Istanbul, is near Istiklal Street, Galata Bridge, Troy (Truva), and Bebek.
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