Gezi Hotel Bosphorus

Address: Mete Cad. No 34 , Istanbul, 34437, Turkey | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Beyoglu area of Istanbul, is near Taksim Square, Troy (Truva), Taksim Park, and Gallipoli (Gelibolu) Peninsula National Historic Park.
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    Turkey

    A travel blog entry by kategreen on Jun 19, 2015

    16 photos

    ... Kiwis could feel the significance and importance of the place. Our campsite was just down the road and we got there and set up camp. A bunch of us had decided that we wanted to sleep outside, so we didn't set up our tents. It had been so hot all day, so we went down to the beach, which was lovely and sandy. As we were chilling on the beach later that night we saw lighting coming from across the sea. Since we had been planning on sleeping ...

    Day 25 - Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by masonsineurope on Apr 19, 2015

    22 photos

    ... as he couldn’t control his group. People wandered off everywhere and after 45 mins in the cold and wind with Malani turning blue, coughing and having a bad time we left the tour because of the **** poor people management. The following from my reference on the Blue Mosque:

    ‘With its six minarets and a great cascade of domes, the mosque is a worthy sibling to Ayasofya (Hagia Sophia) just a few ...

    The only city in Europe and Asia

    A travel blog entry by lchristopher12 on Apr 04, 2015

    1 comment, 159 photos

    ... potentially the most beautiful building I've ever seen. This was the Sultan's Palace during the Ottoman Empire and then became a state function reception hall when the capital was moved to Ankara with the foundation of the Republic of Turkey. Atatük, the founder of the Republic, had a his own room in the Palace and died there. No pictures were allowed inside the Palace, except I took a few illegals because the interior was just so exquisite. Every room was so detailed ...

    Istanbul delights, excites and exhausts.....

    A travel blog entry by monkeyescapade on Oct 14, 2014

    9 comments, 20 photos

    ... br> As we were checking out of our hotel, a guy in reception asked us where we were from, when we said UK he expressed genuine surprise and said he was sure we were Australian… what does this mean? Our immediate thought - and no disrespect to our Australian friends - was blimey, mate, we must be looking real scruffy now. Our conversation turned to the current troubles in Syria and Turkey’s reluctance to join forces with the ...

    Bosphorous Cruise

    A travel blog entry by tritt-around on Aug 13, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... was built for a sultan. The Blue Mosque has 6 minarets with 16 balconies as Sultan Ahmet was the 16th Sultan.
    We walked through the Misir Carsisi, known as the Spice Bazaar or Egyptian Bazaar. Began in 1597, it was completed 67 years later. Saffron from Iran was the costliest item at $120 for 5gram jar. The aromas from the various spices was incredible, mixed with teas,& essential oils. Turkish Delight of all flavours is delicious, along ...