The Camlica Residence

Address: Acibadem Mah. Atif Bey Sok. No 67-69, Istanbul, 34662, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Üsküdar area of Istanbul, is near Kariye Museum (The Chora Church), The Bosphorus Bridge, Beylerbeyi Palace, and Ciragan Palace.
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    Travel Blogs from Istanbul


    A travel blog entry by ashleighb on Oct 02, 2014

    9 photos

    ... Hagia Sofia and Topkapi Palace. Both amazing sites and with the help of the good old audio sets, I managed to learn a little about the Ottoman Empire. Trouble is, there are 2 ships (that's ship....not ****) load of American tourists in Istanbul at the moment and they LOVE taking photo's with their iPhones and iPads....not really looking where they are going while clicking away. Seriously....what type of quality do they expect to get with these devices? Attacked the Grand Bazaar, ...

    50 Shades of Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Mar 01, 2014

    1 comment, 65 photos

    ... parents and the Australian Government would disapprove of our behaviour, but we felt the need to get closer. I took photos of the crowd from the second floor of a nearby bookshop. The shop owner shook his head, saying “they do it every week 'for fun', and for political reasons,” but that we should get out of there because it might “get dangerous” later on. Sure enough, as we pushed our way through the masses, people in the crowd ...

    Istanbul (Constantinople) by Day

    A travel blog entry by keithandialaska on Nov 17, 2013

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... housed over 5000 people apparently with more than 1200 working in the kitchen to prepare elaborate feasts – no food processors, blenders, microwaves to speed up the process in those days. We were given much information about the rise and fall of the Ottoman empire, the life of the Sultans and plenty of free time to wander around. Keith took himself for coffee whilst I feasted my eyes in the treasure room. Jewel encrusted thrones and cribs, brooches, rings and headpieces! The ...

    Prince's Islands

    A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc on Oct 15, 2013

    1 comment, 94 photos

    Up first thing this morning for a trip to four islands off the coast of Istanbul. Near to the hotel is a tram stop which serves as a direct route to Trabatas which is the boat terminal. The ferry boats are older and because today is a holiday they are very crowded. We boarded the ferry at 9:30. The first stop was at an island called Kialiada which used to be the summer retreat for the Armenian Bishop and the ...

    All the highlights of the old town

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Oct 11, 2013

    ... the other hand, Islam does not permit depictions of human figures in mosques, so he ordered the mosaics to be plastered over, so that they would be preserved, even if never seen again. I think this is a lovely story. Since the time of Ataturk, some of the plaster has been removed, to show the most famous mosaics. Most of the ceiling, however, remains covered in plaster.

    Other elements of the conversion from church to mosque are visible: certainly the adding of minarets. ...