Hotel Marin Princess

Address: E5 Karayolu uzeri , Istanbul, Turkey | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on E5 Karayolu uzeri , Istanbul.
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      A travel blog entry by betterdogm324 on Dec 31, 14

      ... reference to the play in Palladis Tamia, we know it was definitely performed in Shakespeare's lifetime.[10]

      Evidence: Stanley Wells argues that the play's "dramatic structure is comparatively unambitious, and while some of its scenes are expertly constructed, those involving more than, at the most, four characters betray an uncertainty of technique suggestive of inexperience."[11] As such, the play is considered one of the first Shakespeare composed upon arriving ...

      Day 19 - Let the sun shine in

      A travel blog entry by spydah on Sep 19, 2014

      ... to non-believers until 2pm, and that effectively it was open only to Muslims for prayer. Talk about religious discrimination! (smiley). Relying on our friendly GPS lady, we headed off on the 2km walk to the Spice Market. She led us through yet another maze of narrow streets, all of them filled with merchants selling textiles. There were long rows of shops stocking only men's underwear, while others had only women's underwear. Similarly, we'd come across a ...

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      A travel blog entry by andiontheroad on Sep 18, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... to get my directions right the first person who talked to me (aside from the Taxi driver) in this was a prostitute. I wished her good luck with the rest of the night and seeked shelter in an air-conditioned supermarket. It was still 35 degrees at 5 am.

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      Where East meets West!

      A travel blog entry by turkey-greece14 on May 14, 2014

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      ... maze like streets and alleys that serve the over r4,000 shops. Small cubby like shops sell everything from Turkish Delight to touristy trinkets, to furs, to clothes both copies and originals. It is also a major gold and silver market. Sellers in the Grand Bazaar sit outside their stores and talk. Coffee and tea is delivered by guys carrying cups on a swinging tray. I guess practice makes perfect - I did not see any spills. The empty cups are left on the ground and are picked up by ...

      Leaving the West Behind

      A travel blog entry by benstevens on Mar 13, 2014

      1 comment, 33 photos

      ... as suspected, a carpet shop. I gingerly entered having now come too far to back out, and besides I hadn’t yet had Turkish Coffee and was determined to drink one here for free at this rug merchant’s expense.

      I entered a dimly lit room and got served coffee, tea and cake, the buttering up process no doubt, and got talking to this young guy who seemed rather nice and pleasant and engaging. Ere long, his ‘uncle’ entered the room and quickly barked orders at ...