Paradise Hotel

Asmali Mescid Sok. No 2 , Istanbul, 34430, Turkey | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Day 21: Istanbul - Byzantine Sights

A travel blog entry by mfln31


First up today was the Mosaic Museum, which houses a huge floor mosaic from the old Byzantine Imperial Palace. I wasn't expecting too much from this place but it was really rather good and definitely worth seeing. One huge continuous mosaic that has been restored rather well. It was full of scenes of hunters and animals, including mythical ones, like a cross between a lion and a bird.

Istanbul, where Europe meets Asia!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree


... that came from the row of adjoining cafes below the bridge. So much colour, so much noise and again, it reminded us of India. In the distance, the minarets of the different mosques, hazy in the dimming light.

The following day, we decided to ask the Tourist Office about the motorway toll system as much though we love the place, we don't want to be fined on leaving. The Tourist Office was lacking! We headed towards the Grand Bazaar and ...


A travel blog entry by shelleydarcy


... once we are more familiar with the area and what we really want to see. We were both disappointed the Grand Bazaar is closed on Sundays but by mid afternoon the area around it was buzzing and we had lots of fun walking the streets...Nic did lots of asking about the price of shoes and will make some purchases tomorrow I ...

A Day at the Beach

A travel blog entry by worldjourney


... is a low key city we really enjoyed. It's pretty with lots of green areas and parks, tons of friendly, easy-going people, safe, family oriented and not too touristy. Urkmez Hotel has to be the best place to stay here. Rooms are great, not huge, but very adequate, good internet connection, comfortable beds, friendly, helpful staff, quiet on a pedestrian street, yet very close (2 minute walk) to train station, 5 min walk to bus station and reasonably priced.

Our Visit to Constaintinople

A travel blog entry by thesexypeople


... to get supplies immediately.

Compared to Alexandria, where we started, it was cooler. After about of week of suffocating, humid weather, getting to Constantinople was a relief. This morning Fu-han and I went to the market in search for supplies. At the market, there was a huge variety of foods and goods from all over the place Constantinople is one of the major trading ports in the area because of its easy access to water and by land. People from all over ...

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This inn, located in the Tomtom area of Istanbul, is near The Bosphorus, Belgrad Forest, Balat, and St Anthony of Padua.
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