Kuleli Kosk

Demirtas Sokak No: 17, Heybeliada, Istanbul, Turkey | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Hmm, Hamami

A travel blog entry by maccanat29

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... in the square, and the main street was shut down. Water cannons and police vans were at the ready. Thankfully the protest was very small this year but the police still used tear gas and batons, but no guns. Andrew and I spent the day indoors but headed out quickly in the evening to get some dinner a 100 metres or so away from our apartment. Unexpectedly the tear gas was still in the air about 4 hours after the event and many people, including us, ...

Greek and Turkish Pop Music

A travel blog entry by ryder.chris

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... 287;lu and Skoog, the fusion of pop music with folk music has become a popular. Pop folk fusion, as it has been coined by Anadolu Rock (Anatolian Rock), drew less from popular form of the Mediterranean and more from Euro-American popular music, particularly rock and roll.

There are many Turkish and Greek pop artists but it is worth taking a look at examples of musicians and singers who ...

Homeward Bound.....

A travel blog entry by alyandgreg

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... ballooning over the region. Remembering the season is closed there were still over 50 balloons in the air the day we went up. Our pilot was very cool and managed to take us down low enough to see inside caves just 3 metres off the ground and then back up (He also parked the balloon on the trailer!) We also went into one of the many underground cities. Extraordinary stuff. Nearly two thousand years old and you can see where they ...

Istanbul

A travel blog entry by lizmcconnell

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... races, but today it was filled with police, security people and crowds, as there was a special service on at the Blue Mosque for Ramadan ( when Islamic people fast during daylight hours for one month). We queued in the hot sun and eventually gained access to the mosque after liz had covered her head with a scarf and we had both removed our shoes. Once inside we realised how the mosque was named, as there are 20,000 blue ...

History,History and Spices!

A travel blog entry by brandhorst

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... Sultan Zeynep mosque. We called this Kitty mosque because there was an abundance of cats and kittens everywhere!! Animals run free all over Istanbul and there is no leash law. People leave water containers out for them and a lot of them are fed daily. Amazingly they all look healthy and they are all pretty friendly! Our next stop was the Underground cistern created around 542 A.D by the Byzantine empire. This is ...

Location

This B&B, located on Demirtas Sokak No: 17, Heybeliada, Istanbul, is near Museum of Calligraphy.
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