Emma Saray Boutique Hotel

Kucuk Ayasaofya Mah. Aksakal Sok. No:23 , Istanbul, 34410, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Goodbye Rome - Hello Istanbul

A travel blog entry by fromcathyp

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... out beautifully in coloured flowers - more subtle colours of yellow and mauves and they add vibrancy! The taxi went past the water where lots of tankers are in the harbour. Looking forward to exploring this beautiful city!

Hotel Bekdas is lovely - small room but fitted out nicely. Lyn chose it because it was the one to start the tour with.....all good thinking but they changed all the hotels on us and now we have to ...

Leaving Istanbul!!!!...nooooooooo!!

A travel blog entry by purpleberry

... being pampered haha...I was constantly offered food,more food and a place to nap!!..Throughout my 4 days here I was not allowed to pay for one single thing!!! Every expense was taken care of,even some of the gifts I tried to purchase for my brother!!! I don't think you could get this amount of attention if you went to a 7 star hotel!! I am eternally grateful for their hospitality and I hope I can return the favor one day when they come to Australia!! So now ...

Day 4 - Istanbul; Turkey

A travel blog entry by byrneymack

4

... a Friday due to Muslim prayer. So we decided to visit The basilica cistern, as we bumped into a girl off our tour outside the Mosque and she mentioned that it was a must see. It was a fresh water reservoir pumped 19 km from a local Forrest. With some amazing detailed framework and plumbing. Quite remarkable for the date of when they built it. Next stop was at the Topkapi Palace a famous Sultan palace. It was pretty, but it lacked a ...

Istanbul not Constantinople

A travel blog entry by christine_n_den

60

Istanbul, the city formerly known as Constantinople (Istanbul actually has had so many names that there is a Wikipedia article just for its old names) has a long and varied history. It has been the capitol city for four empires, has had two major religions (Christianity of various flavours and Islamic), sits on the official split between Europe ...

Istanbul

A travel blog entry by lukeandsarah

... tent, the lack of map and the broken GPS came back to bite me. Took the wrong turn, ended up on the major road that I wished to avoid. No where to camp, decide I will have tackle the 50 miles or so into city centre. Race against time, can't stop to eat as it is getting dark (my lights have both broken). Sun setting, absolute mayhem, craziest ...

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