Hotel Tulip House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Tulip House Istanbul
Cheap and good location for stay in old town. One problem is hilly area and it's difficult with big luggages. Also there is no elevator. Good host, not bad breakfast, clean rooms
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... make a purchase. The first sample was a pistachio baklava and the second was a pomegranate gummy substance with pistachio pieces mixed throughout. The latter was more interesting than the first. Such an odd mix of flavors to the American palette. We left the delight shop with a new sense of confidence about our abilities to navigate the chaotic streets of Istanbul (which, as we would come to learn, are filled with Turkish Delight shops). It was also our first true taste ...
... a decent photo of those. I might go back through my pictures tomorrow and see if I can find a halfway decent one to pop in.
After Hagia Sophia, we traveled to the Grand Bazaar. This is a VERY famous shopping mall that was set up in 1453...so 30 some years before Christopher Columbus set sail and discovered America.
There are 21 gates (entrances) to the Grand Bazaar, 12 inns and 66 streets. Over 30,000 people work in the ...
... just after I hit 'pay'. A nervous time, but afterwards I found out that it never went through. No matter, I had a backup strategy. We headed off to the conference to wow them with our presentation. Well, Carmine did the 'wowing' as I sat and watched. Our talk was on how local sporting clubs can use mobile apps to help with their administration. I did carry part of the load during question time afterwards! Actually, it ...
... In the night I played football with my brother we felt happy and excited. We slept at midnight and the next day we will have a lot of activities to do it with my family. The citizens of Istanbul some of them hat arab people and some of them like arab people. We stayed there for two week and I felt happy and excited. The last day of my trips was in Istanbul airport because I felt tired. We arrived to my home in the night and I immediately went to ...
... and were slaughtered on it for no gain, about 600 total. Imagine the site of 600 fallen troops on a piece of land no bigger then a rugby pitch. At some sections the Turks and the Aussies trenches were no further then 5-10m from each other, and both sides use to throw food and smokes and letters to each other. The trenches are mostly half filled with dirt now due to erosion and flooding, but some are well preserved. Some are completely left alone though and just have ...