Bilinc Hotel

Ordu Cad. Sekbanbasi Sok. No:8 , Istanbul, 34490, Turkey | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Back in Constantinopol

A travel blog entry by carlosherbane


... had not seen that much.

Moreover, I was less brave than these days about exploring foreign cities. Breakfast was fantastic. I cannot remember enjoying black olives so much in my entire life!

Greg and I set off on a marathon walk through the city. We briefly visited the Blue Mosque and Hagua Sofia before betting lost more or less immediately afterwards. We eventually arrived at the Grand Bazaar which was so different in the day time ...

Day 4

A travel blog entry by seeme


... us and we asked to tag along and split a cab all the way. We ended up at the " Basilica Cistern " this is also where the heads of "medusa" are also kept from the roman period. What a fascinating place -( see pictures ). We ended up walking the streets for a few hours as well. This part of the city was beautiful with little shops and cafés scattered along the narrow streets. The time is 3.10pm and we're just relaxing before ...

Travel day to Turkey

A travel blog entry by ericjon97

... and got me on the earlier flight.

The flight to Beirut was ok, except there was a really annoying Syrian guy sitting next to me. He kept bragging about how he has four wives and 14 (yeah, 14!) children. He didn’t realize that telling ME that he has 14 kids isn’t exactly bragging. Anyway, he was only able to bother me for about an hour, as luckily it was a short flight.


Troy, Pergamon and Canakkale

A travel blog entry by tmarts


... from afar as did not venture up the hill.
Where we did stop was the Place of Asclepion. An ancient "health retreat" dedicated to the god of medicine - Asclepios. Built in the 14th century BC. There was a huge complex - libraries, theatre, temples, shops. The sick came to be healed by the sacred spring water. While waiting for their cure they could read, go to watch religious plays and pray in the temples. One of the cures was spending a night in the temples - ...

Get Me To That Ship!

A travel blog entry by al-karen


... about $60. This way we don't stand in any lines. The plan was to go there, Blue Mosque and the underground Basilica Cistern on that day. Because the Grand Bazaar is closed on Sundays, we would do that on Monday prior to boarding the ship. We did see the Blue Mosque and the Cistern Sunday and walked around since the Mosque is closed on Mondays and we had our nice dinner.

Come Monday, we needed to get checked out early and get to ...

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