Hotel Gulbaba

Papatya Sok. No. 24, Istanbul, 48400, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Papatya Sok. No. 24, Istanbul, is near Istuzu Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

    A day spent the Old City area of Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by determined34 on Jul 04, 2014

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    Another early start, even though we are in a muslim city and it is Ramadan, the mighty tourism dollar does not rest. We had a prearranged small guided tour of the area of Sutlanahmet. Off the boat at 7:45 looking for 'Robert' on a sign. After a few minutes of panic, as there was every name but 'Robert' on a sign, Selime our guide from Istanbul Daily Tours arrived. Our confirmation email said that we would be in a group of 8, after ...

    Hippos in the Cistern

    A travel blog entry by madanaki on May 24, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... s quite sure why that any body of still water inspires tourists to throw away their coins either. A large number of fish are swimming around in this dim environment, maybe they like coins? Fortunately, the local fisherman haven't discovered this place yet.

    We wandered about the Grand Bazaar and then the cheaper markets behind it, Steve trying out his bargaining skills and snaffling up a smart looking polo shirt for about $7.50 in the process. ...

    All Around Town

    A travel blog entry by voyager-sue on May 15, 2014

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    ... it before the main crowds. The Blue Mosque, the Hagia Sophia, and Topkapi are all near each other in a little complex, but we’ll come back to the others later.

    Topkapi was built on the site of Byzantium, the city founded by Greeks whose chief was Byzant, thus giving rise to the Byzantine Empire. The Roman emperor Constantine built his Eastern capital on the site of Byzantium and thus founded the city of Constantinople. The treasures are in ...

    Our Free Day in Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by regw47 on Sep 21, 2013

    23 photos

    ... with their mates.
    A strong wind blew off the Bosphorus as we turned the headland with the Ferry Port in sight..
    We had the Sepetciler Kasri on one side of us and the Rail Station on the other. Eventually reaching the Ferry Port we crossed the main road via a footbridge so we could go and visit this once famous Railway Station.( Orient Express fame).
    The station was in the middle of refurbishment with plastic sheet ...

    Gallipoli to Istanbul - the rest of the story

    A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Sep 21, 2013

    14 photos

    ... Johnson’s Jolly where Johnson rallied his men, brightened them up but was killed himself.

    We had a half hour each at Lone Pine, Chanuk Bair and Anzac Cove, of the three to me Chanuk Bair was least moving, it’s a memorial but the sight of the gravestones at Lone Pine made it more 'real’. We were reminded of our own relatives who died at the Somme, and the communications Pete has copies of between the Gillin family and the War ...