La Maison Hotel

Muvezzi Caddesi No 63, Istanbul, 34349, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Lock up your purse! Istanbul is a dangerous town

A travel blog entry by jane.hebiton


(Aunty Pam, this one's especially for you)

I’m staying at home today and licking my retailwounds. I find that I can stay strong and stoic to the lures of a capitalist society for only so long. I’m only human (sort of). And then the glue of my determination dissolves and it’s not so much a trickle as a tsunami of purchasing that follows. Oops.

I start wandering the streets in an "oh what a beautiful morning" kind of a ...


A travel blog entry by bryce_terri


... would have to be the fašade of the Library of Celsus and the theatre. However just wandering the central street gave a bit of idea of life back then, this was further helped by being able to go into some excavated terrace houses where the rich and famous lived. It was another hot day of ruin watching so we topped it off with a swim and few beers at our excellent hostel.

The following day we thought ...

Dolmabahce Palace

A travel blog entry by ecirpnek


Leaving the best until last, we visited the Dolmabahce Palace this morning as our last thing to see in Istanbul. It was the last palace of the Sultans built in the 1840-50s and is amazing in its opulence. It is like a time warp, as if the last Sultan had just moved out. Ataturk also lived there until his death in 1938. We got back to the hotel, had a quick freshen up and checked out to wait for our transfer to the be ...

Istanbul not Constantinople

A travel blog entry by kev_erin


... Hagia Sophia is a former Orthodox patriarchal basilica, then became a Catholic Cathedral before returning to orthodox and then later a mosque, and now is a museum in Istanbul, Turkey. It was first constructed in 537AD and is famous for its massive dome roof. The building is considered the epitomy of Byzantine architecture and is said to have changed the history of architecture. Hagia Sophia remained the world's largest cathedral for nearly one thousand years after being built. ...

The Leap

A travel blog entry by nicolasfulton

... to Simon and Schusters Turkish I.
Flight from Kiev to Istanbul was much more interesting. Think me plus 2 turkish line backers squashed into McDonalds booster seats and you'll get the kind of cozy feeling that allowed me to doze off for an hour through Turkish I's lesson 5. Upon awakening to be told I had to take my headphones off for landing, I was startled to see the brilliant skyline of Istanbul rapidly approaching and looking more real every second and less like a ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Besiktas area of Istanbul, is near Ortakoy, The Bosphorus Bridge, Byzas Tours, and Ciragan Palace.
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