Hotel Gedik Pasa Konagi

Gedikpasa Cad. No 70 Beyazit, Istanbul, 34126, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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Ancient Istanbul

A travel blog entry by amcostin


... bags, we entered the mosque - colourfully decorated with turquoise blue patterned tiles and red and blue patterned carpet. We observed the Muslim men praying in the cordoned off area and the women in their separate enclosed area, and marvelled at the beautiful interior along with the hordes of tourists. With Esra providing detailed explanation all along the way, the day was filled with history and was a great insight into the ancient heart of ...

Turkey - so many high points (part 2)

A travel blog entry by smkrem


... I was on, so after changing treadmills my heart wasn't really in it. So our final day in Turkey - we enjoyed a nice breakfast with a view of The Bosphorus. It was cold and raining - which was different to our previous days in Istanbul where we were hot. We decided to head to the Grand Bazaar - and finally we had a grip of the dodgy public transport system and ended up getting it all the way to the Grand Bazaar without a taxi. So our plan was to visit Marmite (the ...

Great TRYP

A travel blog entry by mjanesmith


... maybe 10 minutes. Through passport control, stopped at the ATM for Turkish Lira ($1 USD = $2TL - hooray), grabbed our luggage and then caught our prearranged shuttle to the hotel.

What an easy and fun trip we've had so far. I hope you're enjoying my blog and will tune in again soon. Tomorrow, I'll tell you about meeting up with Eve and Leroy at the hotel and about our "Istanbul Eats" walking tour. (Food again??)


Day 16 - to the Bospheros and Asian side

A travel blog entry by basbraham02


... they both love the soccer team whose jersey I was wearing. Also I really like our guide, he is fantastic. First our driver took us to the Spice Markets. The Spice Markets are full of brightly coloured amazing spices. All the spices were amazing. Along with all the sweet food and spices,the Spice Markets sell other things like souvenirs and other cool stuff. Dad, Sam and I ended up all buying sunnies. Sam bought some black, white and red sunnies. I bought ...

Leaving Istanbul, a bittersweet end - Day 13

A travel blog entry by edabaja


... and I walked around Sultanahmet after we said goodbye to Rimsha. We tried all the local vendor foods and visited our favorite spot in the area. We decided it would be funny and cool to ask random people to take pictures with us, so we went around and did that. It was terribly funny and embarrassing! But I think it was the best way to capture the essence of people here! Check some of this pics out that we took in the Blue ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Sultanahmet area of Istanbul, is near Cemberlitas Hamami, Rahmi M. Koc Museum, Constantine Column, and Dances of Colours.
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