Point Hotel Barbaros

Address: Yildiz Posta Street No:29 Esentepe Sisli, Istanbul, 34394, Turkey | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Sisli area of Istanbul, is near Dolmabahce Palace (Dolmabahce Sarayi), Ortakoy, Leander's Tower (Kiz Kulesi), and Istanbul Cevahir.
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    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

    Calm Night Sailing Into Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by mctoddy1 on Jun 24, 2015

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    Arrived at 10am this morning into Istanbul lovely morning. Waiting now after breakfast to go on our tour to the Blue Mosque, St Sophia followed by the Grand Bazaar where there is approximately 4000 shops. Even as a past avid shopper don't think I will manage all of these shops. All of the above was brilliant. Snagged myself two pashminas ...

    Istanbul - My first dorm mate

    A travel blog entry by ashishbeke on May 07, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    Alright, so much has happened in the last 24 hours, I don't think I will be able to get it all in today's blog. But tomorrow is a travel day, at least the first part of it is, so I should be able to get it all written while I wait at the airport. So, although I have been living in a four bed dorm in a hostel, there has been no one in my room in the first two days. The downside was that I didn't meet anyone as such. But considering I have never stayed in dorm, much less shared ...

    Last Day !

    A travel blog entry by felixcullen on Apr 14, 2015

    5 photos

    ... of the park we took a break from the cold and looked around the little museum inside. It had some to do with Turkish independence and the wall was covered with portraits of Ataturk and various quotes. They really love that guy. We returned outside and finished seeing all of the miniatures. Lily said that she wished she'd bought her barbies to play with. I see her point, but i think it's a little weird she still has them. Ha ! We had a go at driving miniature ...

    Turkish Delight!

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Nov 20, 2014

    24 photos

    ... shreds, we made our way towards the major shopping attraction, the Grand Bazaar!

    The name itself suggests that it is large, but that is a terrible understatement. There are 17 different entrances and 61 "streets" within the massive complex. It is such a vital part of the history of Istanbul that at one time it was also home to several schools for shopkeepers children to attend as well as 5 mosques to be sure that there was plenty of room to accommodate everyone ...

    Culture shock (again)

    A travel blog entry by karyn512 on Sep 11, 2014

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    ... cool thing about Istanbul is that non-Muslims can go into mosques unlike in Morocco. You just have to wear something covering your shoulders and knees (no shorts) and women have to cover their heads. We left our shoes outside and I put my scarf on and we went in. The tile work in the mosque was gorgeous. It turned out to be Little Hagia Sophia - the big one is now a museum in the center of the old town - but we didn't know that when we went in. It was beautiful ...