Otel Martinez

Koska Caddesi No:6, Istanbul, 34130, Turkey | Hotel
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Istanbul Days 1 and 2!!

A travel blog entry by kdraper


... that was spicy and had a little bit of garlic in it. We also had pickled peppers (ha) and the best grape leaves with spicy rice inside that I have ever had (ok I've had grape leaves twice in my life but they were amazing I promise). We then had these fried sticks with some sweet meat in the inside dipped in a sweet sauce, followed by a quiche with something like prosciutto in it. Then some halumi cheese wrapped in grape leaves. Are you full yet? Then for the main course ...

Friday in Istanbul

A travel blog entry by maxcrosby


... years. There are mosaics of Jesus and the Mary, some of the largest muslim calligraphy plates in the world, runes left by vikings who visited the Byzantines, and the empty sarcophagus of some ******** from the 4th Crusade (the one where Christians set out from Italy to conquer Jerusalem from the Muslims but got bored, wandered off, and sacked then-Christian Constantinople- the nail in the coffin of the first Great Schism). Of course, the half that you can ...

Nearly better and outside at last

A travel blog entry by onighjoy

I haven't written for a few days because I've been confined to our apartment, trying my best to get over this cold. Its damn annoying having this bustling city, right at our doorstep, but a "cold" away. I've been sleeping about 16 hours a day and Yang has been doing the same so none of us are over out jet lag. Morning time is like 5pm LOL. Now, if this were a short 2 week vacation, I would've taken a large dose of some ...

Istanbul > Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace

A travel blog entry by ginaschauffer


... time'. Everyone's a comedian. We are promised free portions of pumpkin with sugar and nuts if we return (maybe, he adds). We then walk up the hill to the famous, humongous Grand Bazaar. Two hours later, and we've barely touched sides when it comes to the avenues of leather bags, leather jackets, jewellery, kelims, lanterns, scarves etc... - although we've managed to test our haggling skills in buying some gorgeous ceramics (I ...

"The New Town" "The other side"

A travel blog entry by seasia2011


... or spinach and it was amazing. We also had soup and flat bread with cheese and spinach. Definite must go, if you come to Istanbul! We walked some more to find the jazz club we had read about but they didn't go on until 10:30 and charged 40 Turkish Lira at the door. Instead we found a bar nearby, had some drinks and then headed back to the hotel. Our self guided day was better than expected and full of lots of surprises around literally the thousands of corners we ...


This hotel, located in the Fatih area of Istanbul, is near Suleymaniye Mosque, Military Museum (Asker Muzesi), Beyazit Mosque (Beyazit Camii), and Istanbul University.
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