Ramada Plaza Istanbul City Center

Address: Halaskargazi Street No 63, Istanbul, 34373, Turkey | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Sisli area of Istanbul, is near Galata Bridge, Istanbul Cevahir, Byzas Tours, and Bebek.
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    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

    Istanbul Blues

    A travel blog entry by moisesortiz on Dec 04, 2015

    1 photo

    ... us. Constantinople was a major import for silk, and the man took us to the closest market he could find for us. We looked a merchant in the eye, gave him everything we had left, shook his hand, shook the man’s hand, and then stood in complete silence. Me and Yin were stunned by the closure. A year long journey was officially over. After a couple minutes of standing around awkwardly, Yin broke the silence. “It’s been a ...

    Hagia Sophia - Turkey

    A travel blog entry by knudsentrips on Jun 23, 2015

    Still in Turkey and settling in. The extra days here are nice, there is less to do in the apartment than the cruise, but the vacation portion of the trip is over and we are in the adventure stage. Laundry is still damp, and my bright suggestion to hang it outside has hit a stumbling block with thunderstorms. The unit instructions are to keep noise to a minimal level since this is an apartment building, which makes sense. The irony is that there are three ...

    Bosphorus & Galata Tower

    A travel blog entry by dzasta on May 12, 2015

    2 comments, 42 photos

    ... have them, servos and truck stops and there are public toilets all over the place. EVERY one has someone sitting in front and you have to pay 1 lira to take a slash. Most places are clean and it is not a big deal but after a while it starts to add up. I have had to give up coffee. It costs 2lira for the coffee and 5 lira to get rid of it.

    My last full day in Istanbul I was walking around ...

    Istanbul: Our ‘locked’ gateway to BS

    A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Sep 26, 2014

    23 photos

    ... br>
    Today is a milestone in Roisin and my MSC adventure. We have now both reached the maximum loyalty level (known as ‘Black’ members.) This is based on the number of nights sailed (1 point per night) We have now reached 100 points. To put this in to perspective, there are only about 250 UK members who have attained this level. That’s way less than the number of people who have conquered Mt. Everest (approximately 4000) and even less ...

    Istanbul, walking tour of old city

    A travel blog entry by trappitts on Sep 03, 2014

    1 photo

    ... 52000 people and the chariots raced four at a time and each chariot was raced by a particular political party and denoted by colours. Apparently the greens and the blues were the dominant parties. Winning the race was important to securing support for your party. I wonder if we can bring this back to modern day politics. Agia Sophia was interest if nothing else than for its size. Even today it is the fourth largest church in the world. Just imagine how it must have seemed to ...