Otel Surucu

Fatma Sultan Mah. Karatay Sok. No:14 Topkapi, Fatih, Istanbul, Turkey | Hotel

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Hmm, Hamami

A travel blog entry by maccanat29


... ingredient in every dish. This is somewhat difficult as both are speaking English as a second language; while the waitress's English was OK, it was probably not sufficient to discuss allergy requirements! Andrew and I are slightly apoplectic as we are starving. Despite the ingredient discussion, she has a mild allergic reaction and is not carrying any anti-histamine. Her partner races back to the apartment to get anti-histamine whilst she complains to ...

Greek and Turkish Pop Music

A travel blog entry by ryder.chris


Crystal Ingram, Marlana Cirillo, Graeme Biddle J-Term Presentation

Popular Greek & Turkish Music

Influences of Greek-Turkish Pop Music

- Ottoman Classical music

Turkish folk music


European popular music

A main factor that contributed to the musical change in Turkey was the transition of the Ottoman Empire to the new ...

Basilica cistern & grand bazaar

A travel blog entry by msgee

... figured out it was a scam) and started walking away. "Why are you running away?" he yelled after me. Thankfully, another Turkish guy, Ali, came up and said, "He's Turkish. He's lying" and walked with me away from the man. Ali told me how to avoid club scams and which areas of Sultanahmet to avoid after dark because of excessive drinking. I saw Ali the next day and we chatted a bit more, and he invited me for tea but I ...


A travel blog entry by lizmcconnell


... and tourists were eagerly encouraged to spend their money. The maze of narrow lanes around the market encouraged us to explore further. The Topkapi Palace, built in the thirteenth century, was the nerve centre of the Ottoman Empire for four centuries. Rooms contained priceless treasures and the amount of precious gems, including a massive diamond, was phenomenal. We also visited the Harem where eunuchs were the only ...

History,History and Spices!

A travel blog entry by brandhorst


Day two,,we spent more time taking in the history around Istanbul. After another wonderful Turkish breakfast of fresh vegetables, fresh feta, borek (a kind of Turkish pepperoni that taste like a fresh salami), and freshly made croissant with feta and parsley we took the ferry across the Marmara Sea to check out the New Mosque. This mosque was nice but we hurried through a bit to check out a few more exciting things for ...


This hotel, located in the Fatih area of Istanbul, is near Suleymaniye Mosque, Sultanahmet Hamami, Istanbul University, and Fethiye Camii.
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