Monaco Hotel Istanbul

Address: Ordu caddesi Sair Fitnat Sok No 20, Istanbul, 34126, Turkey | Hotel
 
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Location

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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    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

    Arriving in a hustle and bustle city

    A travel blog entry by xtina_eurotrip on May 16, 2015

    Woke up at 4.30am to catch a 5am transfer to the airport, as we were leaving Greece and heading to Istanbul. After a flight to Athens, a very short transfer ( we had about 20 minutes which was a bit of rush) and then a 2hr flight to Istanbul, we arrived at around 10am. We hadn't planned how we would get to our hotel, we didn't know how long it …

    Istanbul roundup

    A travel blog entry by cookcorn on Jun 16, 2015

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    ... Jan skipped it in favour of a can of beer. Not sure it was worth the effort to be honest. It wasn't interesting inside and there are bars in the area with views just as good!

    Our last day was spent at the Istanbul Cooking School with the very affable Ozge. The four of us, two couples from the US and a couple from the UK and Ozge spent the day - wandering the local shops of the Balik Pazari (quickly realising that the Bazaars are overpriced) then cooking a ...

    Istanbul: Bosphorus Cruise - March 2015

    A travel blog entry by normflach on Mar 30, 2015

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    ... would have called it the Constantinian Empire.

    While Latin was the language of the Western Roman Empire, Greek was the primary language of the Eastern Roman Empire.

    Why did the Roman Empire produce two or five Christian Churches?
    Constantine I was the first Roman Emperor to claim conversion to Christianity, and Christianity flourished under the Byzantine Empire. Before Constantine moved the imperial capital from Rome to Byzantium, he had ...

    Final Thoughts from Ataturk Airport

    A travel blog entry by nicholaspappas on Mar 12, 2015

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    ... sup>th grade elementary teacher taught us - that is, all Muslims pull out a rug and lay it out wherever they are in order to kneel and pray when the Mullah calls one to prayer. The only rugs I saw were the ones being hawked to me. People kept eating in the cafes or smoking nasty smelling cigarettes, or selling their wares, driving their taxis or shopping or talking with their hands for emphasis. Secularism may not be a powerful force as it is in the U.S. but it’s ...

    2 Mosques and 2 Church's

    A travel blog entry by erinwarwick on May 11, 2014

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    ... different sizes based on weight. The meat is cooked similar to what our donars are. The shave off the chicken and but it in a bun with salad, French fries and a pickle. It does not sound like it would go together but it was good. I was glad I only got the smallest size. It only cost me 3.50 lire which is only 1.80 Canadian. I explored the area around Galata bridge. They If found the Yeni Camii (new mosaic). This mosaic was originally named the Valide Sultan Mosque ...