Grand Eyuboglu

Alemdag Cad. Ergun Sok. No: 16 , Istanbul, Turkey | Inn
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Day One! Istanbul, Turkey

A travel blog entry by timeicher


... It is here were we will be staying for two nights. There is an exchange place right next doors, so I got some Turkish Lira. We were able to go settled into our rooms before dinner. I was able to unpack some things and get settled. Dinner was delicious! I had shredded chicken and beef with rice, vegetables, and bread of course. After dinner some friends came to the room to relax and play cards and have a good time. Then it was off to sleep. I was so ...

Istanbul, where Europe meets Asia!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree


... now open. All a bit pointless because when those who had been served first got back to their cars, they couldn't drive forwards, because drivers of the cars in front of them were still in the queue at the booth! What absolute chaos!

As drivers behind me were also involved, I decided to join the mayhem and got our documents checked. I handed over the identity cards for the two Germans but he would only stamp my passport and not ...

Day 6- Istanbul, Turkey

A travel blog entry by gla29adventures


... Find a place where I can spend my last 5 lira because I'm not taking the money with me." I dragged him out of there as if he lost use of his legs and hurried him to a convenience store for a Diet Coke and a Snickers bar. The total came to 6 lira, and I haggled the price of the candy bar to get our total to 5 lira saving him from a giant meltdown.
We stumbled back to the boat on our wobbly legs. My pedometer checked in around 15 miles for the day. Our legs and feet hurt so bad that ...

Arrived back on land in Istanbul

A travel blog entry by kansonthego

... and trucks are waiting, but this group is fairly peaceful. We stayed for a while and saw other American tourists on the second floor of Burger King watching the demonstration.

As we walk back to our hotel from Taksim Square, which is a little over a mile long, and still full of shoppers and people drinking cafes. Suddenly you see a crowd made up of men only, some with masks and helmets and rally shouting and getting ready to come to Taksim. This is definitely a ...

Istanbul: The Romancer

A travel blog entry by andulairah

From Ankara I took a speed train that peaked to a speed of 252kms per hour. If only the world was filled with these trains how quick travel would become! The train took me to Eskeshir, which from there I caught an 8 hour bus ride to Istanbul. Any who have visted Istanbul will recognize its immediate beauty and lustre. The city is old and a most beautiful treat- full of ancient artifacts (The Blue Mosque) and wonderful food. I arrived approximately 9.30pm as we hit a traffic jam in the ...


This inn, located in the Ümraniye area of Istanbul, is near Anadolu Hisari Fort and Kafika.
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