Istanbul Suadiye Hotel

Cetin Emec Bulvari, Suadiye, ISTANBUL, 34740, TR
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transport info

by serenagrimaldi

Please can anyone tell me how I can get from Yenikapi ferry port to the main Otagar Bus Station. Thankyou

Re: transport info

by mitata

Yenikapi very port is not too far to metro station going to Main otogar.
But there is no public transport to the metro form the port, you can take a taxi. It cost you around 3 pounds, but since it is a bit close distance, the taxi drivers may be annoyed for that

Re: transport info

by max_stirner

Hi ;-)

It costs 3 pounds from Yenikapi to Aksaray train ? :-/ ?
What pounds ? Can I wonder ?
A taxi should cost 10 TL maybe.

Max ;-))

Re: transport info

by mitata

British pound

Travel Tips for Istanbul

You can see what life is like on a SUBMARINE

by balhannah

When visiting the Rahmi Koc Museum, you can pay an extra 5 t/l to be taken onboard a Turkish Naval Submarine....'TCG Ulucalireis'. This Submarine still belongs to the Turkish Navy.

When you arrive at the Museum, tell them you want to visit, and they will book you in on the next tour. I had only seen Submarines on Television, I guess like most people. To be actually in one was an experience.

There was even less room than I thought, and I would hate to have to cook in the very small kitchen!
Bunk fold-up beds where ever they could fit them. Not for me.
Gauges everywhere, and even a make out DIVE!! (NOISE ONLY)

I think you would have to be a special type of person to live in these very confined quarters for a long time. You certainly wouldn't want to make enemies with any of your crew mates!!

A little bit of info from the pamphlet............This vessel was originally built as the BALAO/TENCH-class US Navy Submarine USS THORNBACK (SS-418) at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, USA in 1944: it is more than 93m long, and displaces more than 2,400 tons. The boat saw service in the Second World War against the Japanese before being decommissioned and placed in the US Navy Reserve fleet in 1946. In the early 1950s USS THORNBACK was modernised to GUPPY IIa specification and re-entered service in 1953. She was transferred to the Turkish Navy on 2nd July 1971, and immediately renamed TCG Uluçalireis with pennant number S-338. She then gave thirty years of valuable service to the Republic of Turkey before being finally transferred to the care of this Museum in 2001.

I will stick to my sailing on the Cruise ships, but I did enjoy my look at the "Sub" LOCATED AT RAHMI KOC MUSEUM
HaskOy Caddesi No5
Haskoy Istanbul
Tel: (0)212 369 66 00-01-02


Winter in Constantinopol

by Lalique

Orthodox X-mas was approaching and as a miracle which happens only on X-mas eve the Winter came to old Constantinopol.....

The other day we woke up and saw absolutely different scenery from the window, Istanbul in white...

Leave your shoes outside!

by Mariajoy

It is customary to leave your shoes outside the door when entering Turkish homes. When you have walked the streets of Istanbul you will know why! They are muddy and filthy and you don't want to be traipsing it into your hosts home! Our hosts gave us some indoor shoes to wear.


by neodue

Before to coming to see Istanbul you can get and Idea about Isatnbul's most Important historical places and you can compare it with images of in your mind




Ortakoy Mosque

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

The Ortakoy Mosque is situated on the waterside of the Ortaköy pier square in the Besiktas District, one of the most popular locations on the Bosphorus. The mosque was built on the order of Abdulmecid, the ruler of the Ottoman Empire, and was constructed by the Nigogos Balyan in 1857.

It is also known as “Great Mecidiye Mosque” and is one of the most beautiful samples of the Baroque architecture in Istanbul.

You may watch my high resolution photo of Istanbul on the Google Earth according to the following coordinates 41° 2' 22.84" N 29° 2' 7.15" E or on my Google Earth Panoramio Ortakey Mosque.


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 Istanbul Suadiye Hotel

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Address: Cetin Emec Bulvari, Suadiye, ISTANBUL, 34740, TR