Epos Hotel

Address: Yeni Mah. Istanbul Cad. Havlucular Sok. No:3 Cevizlik, Istanbul, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Bakirköy area of Istanbul, is near Sultanahmet Hamami, Istanbul University, Fethiye Camii, and Air Force Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Walk to Reunion

A travel blog entry by kirstenelise on Jul 09, 2015

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... them. You don't need your own pet inside because they are everywhere! Meeting Peri was a treat; it was as if no time had passed, even though we hadn't seen each other in 24 years. She described each of the dishes for me so I knew what to choose. We spent a short time together catching up but we made plans to meet the next day. The stroll back was different, as Istikkal Avenue was now populated with musicians ...

Our visit to Gallipoli and Troy

A travel blog entry by freemant on May 06, 2015

... shop. Then to the Tourist Information where were told about the Military Museum and the Cimenlik Fortress built in 1462. We had a guided tour of an exact scale replica of the minelayer Nusrat. Excellent. We got back to the waterside for some lunch close to 3. The boys and then Jane and David met up with us there. We wandered back to the tour office and waited for our bus. It was delayed again so some went off for ...

Last Day !

A travel blog entry by felixcullen on Apr 14, 2015

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... and even then it would need replacing in a year ! We left Hagia Sophia suitably in awe. If you only visit one Mosque/ museum in Istanbul, make this it.

Leaving Hagia Sophia we made the brave decision to go and find a bus. We were going to visit an attraction called Miniaturk and this was the only way to get there. Luckily this bus was near enough empty and we even managed to get off at the right place. We had heard about Miniaturk online. A lady ...

Turkish Delight!

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Nov 20, 2014

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... began to notice that in fact there were dozens of fishing lines dangling down from the top deck of the bridge and sure enough after some more careful observation we actually saw them haul in a couple of fish. So at least we knew everything was fresh!

Our next stop was the Spice Bazaar, the smaller and slightly less famous covered market in Istanbul. As we walked in we quickly got a feel for the bazaar experience with shops seeming to stretch in every ...

Culture shock (again)

A travel blog entry by karyn512 on Sep 11, 2014

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... corner that had been recommended. It was called Kosk (with umlauts or whatever the Turks call them over the o). We were whisked to the top floor to sit on the rooftop terrace. Beautiful! The waiter was so great and we had an absolutely wonderful lunch. He brought out bread that was like nothing I've ever seen. It's kind of like a pita but not like we have in the packages in the grocery store. It was like a giant football - all puffed up - and it had clearly just ...