Oceans7 Guest House

Cankurtaran Mah. AkbIyIk Caddesi No:47, Sultanahmet, Istanbul, Turkey | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Cankurtaran Mah. AkbIyIk Caddesi No:47, Sultanahmet, Istanbul, is near Cooking Alaturka, Sirkeci Station, Yedikule (Castle of the Seven Towers), and Sokollu Mehmet Pasa Mosque.
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Last Word from Istanbul

A travel blog entry by michellendave on May 09, 2014

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... mini, which was cheaper than buying one in Europe but much more expensive than in the USA. We have to chalk up that premium to the cost of travel.

We still look for budget hotels and reasonably priced restaurants. We like our air conditioning, private bathrooms with hot water, etc. Our average of $46 per day for a hotel in Turkey gets you the same standard as a $25 hotel in much of Asia.

Renting the car added up ...

Day 176 - Kebabs, Mosques & Efes

A travel blog entry by costin on Mar 25, 2014

... Hagia Sofia. Whilst I was waiting, it started to rain, but I got in just before the heavens opened. As I was on my own, I hired an audio guide and made my way in. The building was a fascinating mix of Islam and Christianity, having been both a mosque and a church at different points in its history. The only disappointment, was that one side was covered in scaffolding, as there is a renovation ongoing.

I walked back to the hostel and chilled out for a bit, ...

Day three

A travel blog entry by mirandaingmire on Mar 08, 2014

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... who are going to marry the men of the palace. the name comes from the Arabic word haram because it was wrong for any men to come into this area. when it comes to architecture there were tones of dome ceilings and very ornate patterns and extravagant materials. once we left I tried my first cup of sahlep which is hot milk honey orchid water and cinnamon from a street vendor.we then moved on to the Hagia Sophia. during the Byzantine empire it was a huge beautiful church. it then burned ...

Mystery and magic

A travel blog entry by brynandnate on Oct 04, 2013

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... a more quiet day, and plan to tour the Topkapı palace tomorrow. I think we will see the Grand Bizaare today!

This city is quite the adventure- a mixture of "Every City" with the hawkers of sunglasses and fake purses on street corners, bakeries that would put the French to shame, ancient mosques, tall skyscrapers of shining steel and glass, a Metro, a ferry system... The ferries have to dodge the gigantic hulks of shipping vessels headed to and from the ...

Istanbul's most famous mosques + old spice bazaar

A travel blog entry by stevelegassick on Sep 26, 2013

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Today was mostly mosque day, which meant jeans in the hot 32C weather...Again, lots of architecture and artsy stuff, but super impressive and historic, specially as more and more is learned (or relearned) about all these very old and important empires, wars and cultures that led to where we our today.

HUMUNGOUS BLUE MOSQUE:
The Ottomans controlled Arabia for a long ...

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