Ramada Istanbul Old City Hotel

Millet Cad. No:82 Findikzade, Fatih, Istanbul, 34270, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Fatih area of Istanbul, is near Suleymaniye Mosque, Military Museum (Asker Muzesi), Sultanahmet Hamami, and Istanbul University.
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    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

    And we're off!....

    A travel blog entry by turas on Aug 29, 2014

    21 photos

    ... lizard onto the antique tiles, and I was struck by the revelation that whereas the numerous cats of the old City were clearly the stalking spirits of the Sultans, this here was none other than a Basileus resurrected, more ancient and imponderable still!

    I dragged myself back to 2014 and my waiting wife, and soon we joined the queueing throng of traffic, and we crossed the Bosphorus into Asia. Slán a Eoraip! Salaam Anatolia!
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    A day in Istanbul.

    A travel blog entry by miss_melissa on Aug 01, 2014

    In the last three days I have observed the Turkish culture, their history and their people. Almost every pre conceived perception that I had before I left Australia has been grossly underrated and in my eyes, proven to be an absolute falsehood. The people live together in harmony and seem to love every man and woman as though there was some unspoken code of friendship and respect between them. Not a minute went by without a toot 'hello' from ...

    Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by jennyontheroad on Jul 30, 2013

    11 photos

    ... between Muslim culture and others of the time? The public parts of the building are designed to be impressive and to project the wealth and grandeur of the owner, whereas the private (harem) areas are decorative but far less sumptuous. The Grand Bazaar is amazing to see inside, but an appalling place to be a tourist. Miles of stalls, with jewellery the main item. I'm sure there are bargains to be had, but not sure they are in the bazaar, without a ...

    We are getting old

    A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 01, 2013

    7 photos

    ... view the throne room, the treasury with a massive 86 carat diamond and many other items with large rubies, emeralds and pearls, and some of the pavilions.

    The Harem contained the Barracks of the Black Eunuchs (Sudanese slaves), courtyard of the concubines, the salon of the Sultan's mother, the Sultan's apartments, Imperial baths, Imperial hall, Favourite's apartments, wive's apartments and the Golden Way. We did not see the Golden Cage...

    At ...

    Turkey and Jordan travel plans

    A travel blog entry by ericasmy on Jan 18, 2013

    ... and zucchini fritters. Both were very good and we shared them. Reflective note: Istanbul has many sub parts. One sector will be dominantly traditional Muslim and others will be Christian or young or Jewish but there will always be a mixture and there do not appear to be particular ghettos of only one group. Day 8, Jan. 11 – Friday: weather today windy but snow is slowly melting and walking much easier. We met Yaren at Kabas again and took trolly bus to the old town side ...