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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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Turkish Culture and Last game of the Tour

A travel blog entry by slcvball2015 on Sep 28, 2015

2 comments, 7 photos

... information came through which necessitated a change of plans. 2 professional volleyball clubs have invited the boys to come and observe their training sessions. The boys will see 2 men's teams and 1 women's teams in training as well as having the opportunity to mix with the players, ask questions, see the drills and levels that the professionals work towards and spend time in some of the biggest ...

Istanbul's amazing sights

A travel blog entry by anlnewby on May 31, 2015

... too 'fishy' so was not tempted to have one! We had a short walk in Asia but since we didn't have a map of the area and it was getting late, we decided to head back to Europe. When we arrived back to the harbour we spotted a Bosphorus cruise getting ready to leave. As it turns out we still had to wait 20 mins but we could hardly complain when a 90 minute cruise coat TL10 each! The boat tour was great and we got a good view as the sun was going down. It started ...

Meandering through Istanbul

A travel blog entry by fulkss on Apr 24, 2015

2 comments, 39 photos

... through the food market area of Asian Istanbul. We stopped at thirteen more food stands or restaurants and probably tasted at least sixty different foods and drinks. All the places were family-owned, many for several generations. Latif also shared aspects of Turkish history and culture and we met many gracious people. I learned so much and tasted such a variety of foods. A great day! And very tired feet at the end of the ...

Istanbul was Constantinople

A travel blog entry by luzandkevin on Mar 29, 2015

5 comments, 12 photos

... remembering  the words of the oracle they founded their city.  it's a city of many layers in every way. and im really not going to go into that. there's soooooooo much. do your own damn reading. or get the "easy" version here. this is also the city of 10,000.  that's how many turns it takes to get anywhere. left, left, that little alley thing, over the tram, around the dog, right through the intersecthion of ten thousand turning cars. ..  it's also how many steps there are up ...

I think it's time for an afternoon 'delight'!

A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Sep 26, 2014

1 comment, 73 photos

... capture its striking image with my camera, but it will be a vision I will remember for a long time.

With a skip in my step having just bought the cutest limited edition Istanbul flats I made my way back up the hills and steps and more cobble stone hills and I found myself back in the Taxim Square, but wow did it have a whole new feel. The streets were lined with vendors and the restaurants were all open and tons of people were gathered to eat ...

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