Lady Diana Hotel

Binbirdirek Mah. Terzihane Sok. No:9 Sultanahmet, Fatih, Istanbul, 34400, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Fatih area of Istanbul, is near Cemberlitas Hamami, Tarihi Galatasaray Hamami, The Pudding Shop, and Constantine Column.
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    Turkey and Jordan travel plans

    A travel blog entry by ericasmy on Jan 18, 2013

    ... and all the locals were there to eat not talk. The kitchen was part of the seating area and the washing up was up stairs. We were greeted by a woman and given lentil soup and bread. I then had a beef casserole and the others had meatballs. Food was excellent. More wandering amongst local streets before taking a bus back across the Golden Horn to new town and the Galata bridge. We went to a baklava shop down by the ferry terminal and the others tried them out and I had tea. We then ...

    Europe meets Asia

    A travel blog entry by fretdemon on Jan 11, 2013

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    ... spices, handmade ornaments, meat, cheese, fish and clothes. On the bridge over the river fishermen filled every available space pulling out a constant stream of fish with their rods. We decided to do some sightseeing using the metro rather than walking round in the cold. We rode to the end of the line and back again. We walked round a little more, had a little picnic beside an impressive fountain in a park and then headed to the ...


    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jun 07, 2012

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    ... 4 aboard on this trip, a bus load of Turkish kids arrived, undoubtedly receiving a different perspective about the defence of the homeland. Ataturk, in his former days as Mustapha Kemal, was a commander at Gallipoli, his legend inspired when a pocket watch over his heart saved his life.

    We next visited the Beach Cemetery at 0915, a small site, the pithy sayings on grave markers leaving no less of a lump in one's throat.

    We began our walk at ...