Elma Suites

Elmadag caddesi No: 26 , Istanbul, 34373, Turkey | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Istanbul (Constantinople) by Day

A travel blog entry by keithandialaska


... diamond – 86 carats surrounded by 64 brilliant cut diamonds. The large diamond was the golden colour of light honey. It is one of the 7 most famous diamonds in the world and had originally been set inna ring – (? Could only have been worn by someone who sat with their hand on a throne all day as one wouldn’t be able to lift ones hand – can just imagine the conversation – “Honey please can you pour my coffee – am a little bit weighed ...

The grand fınsıh!

A travel blog entry by uktoistanbul


... 305;ng foolısh tourısts!

Cyclıng round was hectıc. No road rules seem to apply. If there ıs teh space and the ınclınatıon motorısts go. Wıth that ın mınd I decıded to take the same attıtude and soon enough I got used to ıt though the energy taken to remaın constntly so aware and alert draıned me. Another bıt of serendıpıty and we lucked out ın fındıng a real ...


A travel blog entry by jspence

... sitting all over it. It was pretty cool. The next day we went to Gallipoli which was a 10 hour round bus trip from Istanul. Our day tour began at 6am and we got home at 11.30pm. The bus journey was terrible but it was worth it, it's a place every Australian should visit in their lifetime. It was exactly as I expected it to be. The coast line was quite beautiful but sparse, the water was clear and blue. We saw Brighton beach, Anzac cove and walked along the beach that ...

Istanbul, not Constantinople

A travel blog entry by drmom


We spent today in Istanbul. The morning started out very hazy and cloudy, but it cleared up to be a pretty day. Istanbul is an unusual city, straddling the Bosphorus Strait. The city is partially on the European continent and partially on the Asian continent--the only city in the world to be on 2 continents. The city started as Byzantium in the 7th century BC. The emperor Constantine changed the name to Constantinople in the 300s and established it ...

Day 47 - Wednesday 24 April/Turkey, Ayvalik Day 5

A travel blog entry by sooboo15

... get to see the wooden horse used on the 2004 movie 'Troy' but subsequently by the time we did get to Gallipoli and received our number we missed out on the time we were allowed to enter Anzac Cove and being able to camp on the grass so were up in the stands on very hard and small plastic chairs. By the time we got in it was like almost 6.30. We settled ourselves in and Pg and I went and got kebabs for dinner. It was a very long and cold ...


This hotel, located in the Sultanahmet area of Istanbul, is near Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Camii), Ibrahim Pasa Palace (Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts), and Mosaic Museum.
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