Titanic City Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTitanic City Hotel Istanbul
I love the hotel, although room was a bit small, but im not complaining :) Loved the location! It was just a walk away to everything, i wish i stayed there more than 1 night.
The front office was helpful enough when she said that 'it is not safe at this hour to walk' when i was trying to go out.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Titanic City Hotel Istanbul
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Fri 16 May, Istanbul
Our free day in Istanbul. We decided to go to the Istanbul Modern first as it is near the hotel (relatively). Along the Bosphoros, in front of the museum, is a row of Nargile joints called Nargilem, mostly quiet at 11 am. The museum was nice but small, and no photos. I managed to sneak a couple Susan waited in the caf …
... coffee, tea, candy, nuts, and spices. We met Mehmet and Mustafa at 4:00 and for supper we returned to our very first restaurant in Istanbul, Pirpirim. Still delicious but a little bittersweet closing the loop on our trip. We got bank early because we must depart at 4:30 am to catch our return flight. But one last surprise, Mehmet had bought each of us a ceramic bowl as a souvenir. Truly a fine ...
... distance on planes and through endless airport terminals, I was glad to finally nest in our hotel in Istanbul that evening. Due to the late hour, we went straightway to the dining room where we were served courses of delicious Turkish fare while our luggage was delivered to our rooms by hotel staff.
I've traveled overseas enough to ...
... scrounge up some dinner. I’m exhausted! Tomorrow we head to Troy. I always like that story, so I’m looking forward to seeing it in person.
Disclosure: since it was raining for much of the day, my fancy camera didn’t make it out much. Most of these were taking with a point and shoot since that is much easier to replace if it was ruined in the rain. Nothing has been edited either.
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We managed to get the Romanian changed although were violated somewhat in the process. Checked out the spice market, a couple of mosques and the grand bazaar (which is grand indeed), before parkin' it and tearing into a kebab. A couple of beers by the water before heading back to the hostel to see what was goin' on...
Unfortunately the ...