Radisson Blu Bosphorus Hotel, Istanbul

Address: Ciragan Cad. No:46 Ortakoy, Besiktas 34349, Istanbul, 34349, Turkey | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Besiktas area of Istanbul, is near Ortakoy, The Bosphorus Bridge, Beylerbeyi Palace, and Kanyon Mall.
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    The last of Turkey

    A travel blog entry by knudsentrips on Jun 24, 2015

    18 photos

    ... froze the card which forced us to complete the entire application again. Then we had to attach two images to each form. Do you think they would be in the same format? Nope, jpg and PDF. For the third time on the trip I desperately missed my laptop. We had to take pics change file sizes, convert to PDF and do some crazy online payment system. We ended up multitasking but only Android could do everything we needed, had I relied entirely on ...

    Bosphorus & Galata Tower

    A travel blog entry by dzasta on May 12, 2015

    2 comments, 42 photos

    ... goes all the way to the Black Sea and back. It was 1/3rd the price so I got a ticket and jumped onboard. I didn't know where we were going but it didn't matter cos I have a return ticket. I now know we went to Anadolu Kavagi.
    The top deck was crowded with germans. They really are arseholes arnt they? They hogged all the best seats, had their bags on the seats. When something came up on the other ...

    Hippos in the Cistern

    A travel blog entry by madanaki on May 24, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... Plus, we had a window to do some serious people watching on the busy intersection below.

    We stayed trapped in the labyrinthe of the markets for most of the afternoon, and only found our way out late in the day when the place started to close up. Then there are vans driving down streets which are blatantly too narrow to fit them. The Turkish obviously don't let a little thing like impossibility get in the way of business, and somehow, defying ...

    Conquering nakedness and the ship that has sailed

    A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Mar 03, 2014

    14 photos

    ... ferry before it disembarked. "The final ferry is leaving in a few minutes from the other side of the bridge," someone told me. I ran across the Galata Bridge, my heart pumping nervously. How would I get back to the Asian side if I missed all the ferries?! Could I navigate the ridiculous bus system? How much would a taxi cost? As I got there, I realised my Istanbul Card had run out of money. Typical! I recharged it, fumbling through my wallet, and ...

    Take me back to Constantinople.....

    A travel blog entry by gritttle on Jan 16, 2014

    5 photos

    ... means the divine wisdom of god. This great structure is 1,500 years old; originally an Orthodox Christian Church then became a mosque and up until the 1930's it was be a museum. This magnificent building took 5 years to build.

    There is many evidence that the Hagia Sophia was once an Orthodox Christian Church. As soon as you walk in there is a painting above the doors of Jesus. Because Jesus is not the main prophet for the Islamic faith, it ...