Rose Hotel Old City

Address: Kucuk Ayasofya, Mah Aksakal Sok No 20, Istanbul, 34122, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Fatih area of Istanbul, is near Dervish Dance, Corlulu Ali pasa Medresesi, Egyptian Obelisk, and Sarnic Hotel Turkish Cooking Class.
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    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

    Layover in Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by nfannin on May 20, 2015

    4 photos

    ... good movies. Janine watched A Beautiful Mind and World War Z, which she enjoyed. Now we have a 2 and a half hour layover before we make it to Madrid. No wifi at the airport so we are relying on Cosmo to pass the time and snacks including jerky and ...

    Day 3 & Last Day in Constantinople

    A travel blog entry by nicholaspappas on Mar 11, 2015


    ... As I left the receiving room, I received word that His All Holiness asked that I meet with him. I immediately accepted and was quickly escorted into his private office. He inquired of my background: day of ordination, name of my Metropolitan, education, lay profession and my historical heritage vis a vis Greece. He thanked me for the "short & sweet" version as the meeting lasted 10 minutes. We spoke in Greek although he speaks fluid ...

    The Best Laid Plans Change

    A travel blog entry by samcohon on Feb 01, 2015

    3 comments, 12 photos

    ... a polyglot, diverse place, and generally it did not expel minorities. Property was certainly confiscated, lots of people did convert to Islam, some forcibly perhaps, and the Ottoman Sultan was also the Caliph of all Muslims, the supreme religious authority. But Jews, Armenians, Kurds, Arabs, and many other ethnic and cultural minorities were tolerated and incorporated into the Ottoman Empire. Why not Greeks? They may have been arch-enemies of the Turks for ...

    The visit of 2 Palaces

    A travel blog entry by erinwarwick on May 10, 2014

    13 photos

    ... me go wow. Now so history on it. It is located on the European coastline (Istanbul is the only city that can be found on the European and Asian continent.) of the Bosphorus strait. It served as the main administrative centre of the Ottoman Empire from 1856 to 1922, apart from a 22 year interval 1887 - 1909 when Yildiz Palace was used. It was ordered by the Empire's 31 Sultan Abdulmecid, and was built between the years 1843 - 1856. Previously the Sultan ...

    Last Word from Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on May 09, 2014

    61 photos

    ... weather, things looked different. There are many more gardens, gates and pavilions than we remembered.


    We made our way through the first and second courtyard into the third where there are the Imperial Treasury rooms on the south edge of the compound. We waded through throngs of people to get into the Treasury. The line waddled like penguins as it laboriously passed in front of the display ...