Kuleli Kosk

Address: Demirtas Sokak No: 17, Heybeliada, Istanbul, Turkey | B&B
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This B&B, located on Demirtas Sokak No: 17, Heybeliada, Istanbul, is near Museum of Calligraphy.
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Istanbul, Day 3

A travel blog entry by sandy1948 on Aug 24, 2014

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Today is Sunday and we had decided to have breakfast again at Erhan's other house. It was a lovely breakfast, but we probably should have gotten an earlier start to see the big sights. Because of our day of travel planning, we have decided to spend another night in Istanbul. Erhan has a room in this other house, so we decide to move over here tomorrow. Since we are running late, as usual, we decide to take a cab rather than the local bus which ...

A day spent the Old City area of Istanbul

A travel blog entry by determined34 on Jul 04, 2014

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... was filled with guns, swords, daggers, lances, shields, standards and armour. The quarters of the Haram was quiet and surrounded by gardens and walls. The next stop was the Hagia Sophia - a church that was built by Constantine, who built it to redeem himself after killing 5,000 rioters, who had burnt the first church. Lunch was provided at a traditional Turkish Kebab restaurant, salad, pide pizza and Chicken Kebab, rice and ...

Off to a riotous start

A travel blog entry by louisekeen on May 01, 2014

5 comments, 87 photos

Well, we are finally underway. The plan was to leave work early and have a leisurely month getting prepared. Here we are, after 4 weeks of packing, saying goodbyes, visa collecting, a working 'holiday' in Cornwall, radiator replacements and collateral decorating, hosting our kiwi cousins and showing them the delights of London and last but not least, discovering that one of my two remaining uncles had died back ...

Why Did Constantinople Get the Works?

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Mar 29, 2014

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... seen, so we joined the masses and let ourselves get swept up in the crowd. Eventually, Istiklal Avenue leaves the cosmopolitan Beyoglu District fades into the very historic-feeling Galata District. The road becomes narrower and winding, the stores are smaller and independent and the atmosphere is very old-world. The street seemed to symbolize Istanbul grappling with history vs. modernity, with one foot firmly planted in each camp. We walked back over the Galata ...

Who said you couldn't conquer Istanbul in...2 days

A travel blog entry by jazminebattle on Jan 16, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

My choir and I have finally explored the entire city of Istanbul! Of course there is always more to see, but in two days total we have covered a huge portion of Istanbul. The first day we explored the Blue Mosque, the Palace, and the Grand Bizaar. Yesterday we toured the Hagia Sofia, a famous underground water system, and St. George church.

So we started with a flight from Izmir back to Istanbul bright and early! As soon as we landed we headed straight to Hagia Sofia. ...

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