Top Aygun Plaza Istanbul

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Le Martin Cad 53 55, Istanbul, 80090, Turkey
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a day in transit in Istanbul

by Innabakker

i am arriving at Ataturk airport 9.25 am

leaving the same day 4.45 pm

so i have 4-5 hours, i spent 4 days in the city before,

so now i just want to go for hamam and massage and food,

please recomend reasonable hamam,

i want to make reservation on line and confirm,

thank you for your time and effort, Inna

Re: a day in transit in Istanbul

by mariayoshiko

Go to Cemberlitas, it is right in the center,you can get there by tram, it's big, traditional and not extravagantly expensive...
Although if you want something more private and less crowded...this won't be the one....but consider it anyways since you would be going in the morning and it's during the evening when it gets really crowded...
http://www.cemberlitashamami.com.tr/html/services/en/

Re: a day in transit in Istanbul

by mariayoshiko

Go to Cemberlitas, it is right in the center,you can get there by tram, it's big, traditional and not extravagantly expensive...
Although if you want something more private and less crowded...this won't be the one....but consider it anyways since you would be going in the morning and it's during the evening when it gets really crowded...
http://www.cemberlitashamami.com.tr/html/services/en/

Re: a day in transit in Istanbul

by Innabakker

Dear Mariashiyako

sorry, i do not have spelling of your name in front of me,

thank you so much for responding info about hamam in Istanbul,

i emailed them on the website you provided,

thank you again, Inna

Travel Tips for Istanbul

the bosphorus

by Brock216

the ferry ride through the bosphorus is the best way to see the most amazing natural attribute of Istanbul, the great strand of water that divides Europe from Asia. there is a ferry that leaves from Uskudar (south of the golden horn) and winds its way to Anadolu Kavagi at the mouth of the Black sea, stopping at many small local ports on the way so you get to check out many of the historic homes and buildings on either side of the Bosphorus. this should obviously be enjoyed in good weather but it can be pretty awsome even in the winter on those rare sunny days.

The people

by manuelEB

She is beautiful. Simple but elegant. And she cares for her brother. Walking whilst holding hands is a real custom of middle East. It isnot well seen in Japan, where the woen used to walk few steps behind men. It is not well seen in my culture where men holding hands with men is a sign of aaaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy capullito!!!! people

Millionaire

by adinda

If you want to be a millionaire, come to Turkey. Since the money is worth next to nothing, you'll walk around with wads of million lira bills. It's really weird to take the tram and pay TL 600,000, or have a shoeshine that costs TL 1,000,000!

Well at least, it used to be at that time. I guess now they've adapted the currency.

Princes' Islands

by AcornMan

The Princes' Islands lie south of Istanbul in the Sea of Marmara. Covered with pine forests and lined with both rocky shoreline and sandy beaches, the have been a popular getaway for all kinds of people for a long time. Buyukada is the largest of the islands and attracts the most visitors because of its sandy beaches. There are countless mansions on the island that serve as retreats for the privileged, but there is also plenty of room for regular folks as well.

I have to admit that our trip to Buyukada did not go very well. When you get off the boat (which departs from Eminonu in Istanbul), you are immediately confronted by countless donkey-drawn carriages offering to give you a ride. We thought that was in invitation to get ripped off, so we followed a large group of young Turks who seemed to know where they were going and walked behind them. Well, they never did end up at the beach, and consequently neither did we. After we had already wasted a lot of time walking aimlessly, we finally did hire a donkey-drawn carriage, and sure enough he ripped us off by overcharging us and then dropping us off nowhere near the beach.

We made our way back to the port area and found a nice seaside restaurant where we relaxed, calmed down, and made the best of our trip. This restaurant (Kalamar Restaurant, located at Gulistan Cadessi No. 16), was our saving grace and salvaged our day from ruin.

So take my advice: When you get to Buyukada, don't try walking to the beach. Hire a carriage and tell the driver exactly where you want to go and you should be fine.

Üsküdar Cemetery-Nakkas Baba grave

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

When I walked along Üsküdar to find better views at Bosphorus and its Bridges I casually found myself in a Muslim Cemetery. I watched graves and saw such a grave of a VIP whom I didn’t ever hear about. Here in Moscow I found who he was.

This is a list of the top officials in charge of the finances of the Ottoman Empire, called Defterdar (book-holder) between 14th-19th centuries and Maliye Naziri (Minister of Finance) between 19th and 20th centuries.
Baba Nakkas-zade Dervis Celebi was the top official in charge of the finances (1561-1562) in Reign of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent and was appointed 2nd time (1569-1573) in Reign of Sultan Selim II.

You may watch my high resolution photo of Istanbul on the Google Earth according to the following coordinates 41° 1' 59.53" N 29° 1' 36.56" E or on my Google Earth Panoramio Nakkas Baba grave.

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Address: Le Martin Cad 53 55, Istanbul, 80090, Turkey