Oceans7 Guest House

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

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Sisli & kadikoy

A travel blog entry by msgee

... art on the ceilings and the whole thing painted a deep red. Turns out I was in a little box in the balcony. A family was there and they didn't look too happy to see me, perhaps thinking they had booked the box to themselves and I had wandered in accidentally.

Ballet was fabulous. ...

A Ferry, A Train and A Palace

A travel blog entry by sachanicole


Sacha was determined to ride on the Marmaray –Turkey's newest and largest public transport project that takes the train under the Bospohorous, connecting Europe and Asia as the first intercontinental underground train. We took the ferry to Uskudar. On the way out, we got to see the old town and Dolmabahce Palace from the water. Having walked around Uskudar for a while, we took the escalators down, and down some more to get to the ...

Gallipoli to Istanbul - the rest of the story

A travel blog entry by laceys.log


... in various parts of the country, not huge but obviously now an alternative source of energy.

Between Izmir and Canakkale, a lot of gold mines – turkey is the third largest consumer of gold in the world behind China and India. Gold is given as gifts for circumcisions, weddings, people can buy gold coins and given in three sizes, you buy them and give as gifts. They can cash it up or keep for a rainy day. In summer it’s more in demand so prices ...


A travel blog entry by lizmcconnell


... system for the Great Palace of Constantinople and continued to provide water for the Topkapi Palace. The majority of the columns in the cistern appear to have been recycled from the ruins of older buildings. Fish swam in the shallow water and the illuminated columns made photogenic reflections. The Suleymaniye Mosque was elegant and truly beautiful.The lines were clean and simple and there was an air of peace and serenity about the ...

Middle East exploration

A travel blog entry by thedunckleys


... in the old part of town (Sultanahnamet) and had lunch in a Fawlty Towers type establishment - you just had to be there! Suffice it to say that the violin player was 100% superior to the food and service). We then wandered through the Hippodrome past the Blue Mosque, the Hagia Sofia, the obelisks etc. to the Grand Bazaar and managed to avoid buying carpets and lights and other goodies - just bought pastries for our afternoon tea back at ...


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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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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