Kumburgaz Marin Princess

Address: E-5 Karayolu Uzeri, Istanbul, 34910, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on E-5 Karayolu Uzeri, Istanbul.
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        A travel blog entry by baumyj on Oct 08, 2015

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        ... by a German treasure hunter, Heinrich Schliemann. He started in a logical spot, within the city walls. After discovering this was an ‘ordinary’ area, he uncovered part of the area where the more wealthy lived then headed off in a third direction and fourth direction. 11 years after he first started, he found the Treasury, outside the walls. 'Hidden in plain sight' was Anna's comment. Solid gold ornaments went back with him to Germany and he was now a wealthy ...


        A travel blog entry by robbiej on Aug 01, 2015

        After the cruise we had truly unwound. We then caught a bus to another small town called Olympos. The difference with this one was, we slept in a treehouse! As a town, it is relatively small with little to do so we only stayed a night. We got told about this night time volcanic fire pit which seemed to be pretty popular so we chilled through the day then went on the hike at night. Now you think the weather would have cooled off by around 10 pm but no. The ...

        A busy day in Istanbul

        A travel blog entry by peterleesa on Jul 02, 2015

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        ... an enormous building with some amazing tiled fresco scenes from early Christian times. That box ticked we move on to the "underground cistern" which is an incredible water tank built under the city. A simply massive structure built 500 years ago for the purpose of water storage. For those Dan Brown readers of his latest book Inferno, this site is depicted in the last scene of his book. It is exactly as he described it in his book and makes me want to read the book again. For a ...

        Day 16

        A travel blog entry by felixcullen on Apr 12, 2015

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        ... right next to the driver. Not only was it hot and crowded, it was also incredibly slow. We stayed on for half an hour, before giving up hope and jumping ship. We caught our breath outside, (I seriously thought Lily was going to black out), before continuing on foot. As we reached the market the bus passed us from behind, its occupants miserable, sweaty faces pressed against the glass, eyes blank with defeat. I felt like shouting, 'Just get off! Walking is ...

        Sacrificed in Istanbul

        A travel blog entry by leprovost on Oct 08, 2014

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        ... downside is the dualing calls to prayer from the two mosques! We are sacrificing two hours sleep in the morning when the chant wakes us at 5.30! But mostly I am sacrificing my body to the many interesting, varied and exotic food experiences! Michel organised a walking cultural food tour for us...It was a full day and taken by a vibrant and enthusiastic guide by the name of Gonja...when she met us and said "you look hungry" we knew we were ...