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Travel Blogs from Istanbul
... down and forming a braided column.
The Egyptian Obelisk is sitting on a pedestal that looks Greek. Nobody left their shady seat to walk over there, but we did zoom in with our cameras. Really, to me it seems too new looking to be 3500 years old.
Blue Mosque -- Really, what can I say…it’s a mosque. It is decorated with Nicean blue pattern tiles. If they pried a tile from the wall and took it to Sotheby’s, they could get $10,000 ...
... Johnson’s Jolly where Johnson rallied his men, brightened them up but was killed himself.
We had a half hour each at Lone Pine, Chanuk Bair and Anzac Cove, of the three to me Chanuk Bair was least moving, it’s a memorial but the sight of the gravestones at Lone Pine made it more 'real’. We were reminded of our own relatives who died at the Somme, and the communications Pete has copies of between the Gillin family and the War ...
... did mention that he enjoyed the Grand Bazaar and experiencing the cultural art of bargaining; he jested that if he were to open a business solely based on sales, he'd employ Turkish salespeople due to their accosting ability and assertiveness.
Our last day in Istanbul concluded with a 3-course meal outside our hotel. Lured into this restaurant by being promised free coffee and dessert, we took the bait and ordered steak dinners; disappointing to ...
... ancient times, these were fascinating to see with their large columns, domed ceilings and water and the heads of medusa on the base of some columns. They now hold some small concerts down here, very eerie...to keep the water clean they now they have carp ( fish) to eat all the algae and the water is crystal clear.
Short walk to the famous Grand Bazaar, with over 4000 shops, the largest covered bazaar in the world.....these shop owners are experts at ...
... of Derinkuyu is sprawling with very low and narrow tunnels, which were designed to disadvantage Roman soldiers who's fighting techniques were based on group formations. At the entrance of each tunnel, there is a large round stone that can be rolled into place so as to trap or seal off sections of an attacking army. Another main defense are random holes throughout the tunnels. Many of them drop floors at a time, and serve as places to ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Parksa Hilton Istanbul
Other places to stay in Istanbul
Vi?nezade, Istanbul | 5 star hotelfrom $188
- Wonderful Hotel in a wonderful city
- Best in Istanbul
- Great Choice
Gümüssuyu, Istanbul | 5 star hotelfrom $189
- Fantastic views from the top floor! :)
- Splendid as always
- A great choice for a luxurious Istanbul base
Sisli, Istanbul | 5 star hotelfrom $239
- Just great...
- Fantastic haven in the bustle of Istanbul
- High marks for the Hyatt
Beyoglu, Istanbul | 5 star hotelfrom $250
- Great spot in Istanbul
- Worst 5 star Hotel we ever stayed.
- Our honeymoon hotel
Küçükçekmece, Istanbul | 4 star hotelfrom $109
Esentepe, Istanbul | 5 star hotelfrom $112
Fatih, Istanbul | 5 star hotelfrom $112
- Mix feelings
- Bien situado al lado del tranvía moderno que recorre la ciudad
- A bit far from the sights
Cihannuma, Istanbul | 5 star hotelfrom $183
- Very Nice
- Service very patchy
- Very nice
Buyuk Cekmece Mah. E-5 Oto Yolu Hadimkoy Sok. Kaya Ramada Plaza , Istanbul | 5 star hotelfrom $112
Bakirköy, Istanbul | 5 star hotelfrom $143
Harbiye Ergenekon, Istanbul | 5 star hotelfrom $169
- Beware lost reservations, rude staff, expensive extra fees
- Clean and spacious rooms
- The good and the bad
Besiktas, Istanbul | 5 star hotelfrom $139
Bakirköy, Istanbul | 5 star hotelfrom $85
Halkal? Merkez, Istanbul | 4 star hotelfrom $70
Ümraniye, Istanbul | 5 star hotelfrom $120
Kocatepe, Istanbul | 5 star hotelfrom $118
Kocatepe, Istanbul | 4 star hotelfrom $111
Sisli, Istanbul | 5 star hotelfrom $288
- 5 star experience
- Room for improvement.
Besiktas, Istanbul | 5 star hotelfrom $136
Yildiz, Istanbul | 5 star hotelfrom $546
- The best hotel I have ever stayed at!
- Stunning view but very expensive
Fatih, Istanbul | 4 star hotelfrom $132
- No problems!
- Very good location
- OK for a 4 star hotel
Asmali Mescit, Istanbul | 4 star hotelfrom $140
Zeytinburnu, Istanbul | 4 star hotelfrom $116
Kocatepe, Istanbul | 4 star hotelfrom $148
- Probablemente el mejor hotel donde jamás he tenido el placer de descansar mi cabeza
- Planeando un viaje
- Wahrscheinlich das beste Hotel, in dem ich je geschlafen habe
Ataköy 1 Mahalle, Istanbul | 5 star hotelfrom $174
Sariyer, Istanbul | 4 star hotelfrom $103