Titanic Port Hotel

Fisekhane Cad. No.7/3, Bakirkoy, Istanbul, 34140, Turkey | 5 star hotel
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Day 1... Wait it's only the first day!

A travel blog entry by joshua.anoff


So we made it to Turkey. After sitting in Dulles National Airport for what seemed like forever, we boarded the plane and began our 8 hour trip to Frankfurt, Germany. From landing in Frankfurt to taking off again on a different plane bound for Istanbul, we had about an hour in Germany. Just enough time to run through the largest airport I have ever been in, go through security (again!) and make it to the correct terminal with two minutes to spare before boarding the plane. This in and ...

Istanbul, 5-12 September 2013

A travel blog entry by bennettdoesasia


... a ready made solution onto the faces of those suffering from tear gas exposure.

We briefly saw Dolmabahce Palace by the Bosphorus, a fine piece of architecture with much beautiful detail on the entrance. In the late afternoon we heard the calls to prayer from nearby minarets. I had never heard such a sound before, but they give a certain atmosphere to the place. They also seemed to serve to me as a reminder that I was in a Muslim country and made me think of the ...

The centre of all things

A travel blog entry by aseipolt


... coffee are both institutions in their own right. Tea is taken whenever the opportunity presents itself and is the common morning drink. Coffee is not typically consumed at breakfast. In fact the Turkish word for breakfast literally means "before coffee".

The tea is taken black and is very light on tannins. The coffee is made via a boiling and mixing process where the sugar is added early in the process. This means you must specify your sweetness when you ...

Day 16 - to the Bospheros and Asian side

A travel blog entry by basbraham02


... we went to the Sultans Summer Palace. We were with our guide, (who we go everywhere with during the day) but for this palace some other tourists came with us and listened to our guide. It was a very nice palace, a great place to live. I think I have house envy of the old Sultans!!! All the beds are huge, beautiful carpets (says mum), I loved the beautiful chairs and stairs. It was an amazing building that was above all humungous. All the walking around ...

Istiklal Caddesi

A travel blog entry by kameron


... around their necks and colorful ball caps atop their heads. A short time later, we made our way down a small alley lined with shops (jewelry, scarves, and T-shirts) and the chaos emerged. Walking into Istiklal street from this point was like walking into a strong current, where incorrect timing could cost you your life. Okay, not really, but pretend for the sake of the story. The street is lined with all sorts of shops and food, making sure you don't walk ...

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This 5 star hotel, located in the Bakirköy area of Istanbul, is near Beyoglu, Sultanahmet Hamami, Fethiye Camii, and Air Force Museum.
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