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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Getting Clean in Istanbul

A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Jul 08, 2015

... massaged. I have never seen so much dirt and dead skin come off me. Elizabeth was called "Baby" again, just as she was in SE Asia. When we exited, the boys were playing backgammon and having tea. We felt fresh as we walked back out onto the hot streets of the city.

We returned to a restaurant near our hotel and enjoyed watching the action on the street. Once again, Paul was the subject of two Chinese women's photos. They just came up and stood next to him - not ...

Istanbul - My first dorm mate

A travel blog entry by ashishbeke on May 07, 2015

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... the night. We keep chatting for some more time with the lights out, and she tells me that she has until 10 am in the morning to see the Blue Mosque and the Aya Sofia. Then she asks me if the Blue Mosque prayer call goes off early in the morning, and if I have heard it. I tell her that I haven't heard it, and they might not use the loudspeakers in the morning. I don't think she believes me because the intention of the morning player call is to call people to pray. Anyway, ...

Last Day !

A travel blog entry by felixcullen on Apr 14, 2015

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... Istiklal avenue and wandered up and down the street. We went back to the costume shop and spent a while exploring. The place was massive. After emerging back onto the street, we stopped into a Turkish bar where a band were playing. One of the guys had an electric fiddle and was particularly good at playing it. We sat here for an hour or so, just soaking up the atmosphere. Walking back to the Hostel that night, we talked about how much we had enjoyed Istanbul. It had ...

Turkish Delight!

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Nov 20, 2014

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... skills to the test as she picked out a beautiful bracelet from one of the jewelry vendors. Having read that it is practically an insult not to negotiate on the price in the Grand Bazaar I immediately put on my best frown and told the man that his price was too high and we would probably just go to another shop to get a similar bracelet. A line he has no doubt heard a million times because without flinching he brought the price down by a few lira and after ...

Culture shock (again)

A travel blog entry by karyn512 on Sep 11, 2014

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... shop/buy a tour or little knicknack. We probably had at least 30-40 guys try to sell us something in the first 30 minutes or so. It was tough.

We got to the Blue Mosque just in time for it to close for prayers so we went to the Basilica Cistern instead. This was something we were both looking forward to. It was built over 1500 years ago to ensure the city always had water. Now it's got raised walkways over about 2 feet of water and it's full of fish. ...

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