Kuleli Kosk

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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Gobble Gobble

A travel blog entry by wendalex on Jun 19, 2014

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... the haunting warblings of the muezzins, mixed in with traditional Turkish folk music played on quirky instruments while dervishes whirl (something I've wanted to see for a long time), whilst in some bars western music can be heard - we were treated to a whole album of Sting over coffee one morning. The Turks are very proud, they fly their flag everywhere and want to show off their country and heritage. When we arrived in Istanbul there was some sort of cultural ...

Day 4

A travel blog entry by waddles123 on Dec 03, 2013

... 55356;��� 5356;����&# 57200;. After the mums were finished, we do decided whether or not to go to the Bascilla Cistern. We decided not to so we went back to the hotel and played cards��and swam��. Then we had dinner����& ...

Questions from Constantinople

A travel blog entry by spychka on Sep 06, 2013

3 comments, 24 photos

... am not sure if it is in the Koran or if it is more cultural. While in one of the mosques we had the most interesting conflict of opinion take place. We were sitting at the back on the floor with everything covered except for our lower legs below the knee. A Muslim woman comes along and slaps down a skirt on my friend's legs while shaking her head. We nod and apologize. A few moments later, another Muslim comes up and pulls off the skirt, shakes her head and says to ...

The last of Istanbul

A travel blog entry by simonct on Aug 15, 2013

5 photos

It was our final day in Istanbul today and we saw what is probably the biggest attraction in Istanbul, the Topkapi palace. It was a spectacular place. It houses some of the most valuable jewels of the Ottoman empire plus a whole bunch of other interesting things including weapons and clothing from various periods when the palace was occupied. The outbuildings were beautiful and all the colourful ceramics used to decorate the insides of the buildings are really ...

Day 15 - Guided tour

A travel blog entry by basbraham02 on Jul 08, 2013

5 comments, 9 photos

... the man opened it. I went inside and mum was about to buy a rug. I asked her if she liked t and she whispered " No, but he will let me out if I say yes,". Before mum bought it, I told the man my dad was waiting for us and he couldn't keep us in here. He protested but mum and I stormed towards the door and ran away. What an experience!! As we walked back to the hotel through the Grand Bazaar lots of people were harassing us to buy things. We ...

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