Taksim Istanbul Apart

Address: Prof. Celal Oker Sok. No:7 Taksim, Beyoglu, Istanbul, 34373, Turkey | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Sisli area of Istanbul, is near Istiklal Street, Galata Bridge, Byzas Tours, and Valens Aqueduct (Bozdogan Kemeri).
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    Istanbul not Constantinople

    A travel blog entry by forksontheroad on Sep 08, 2014

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    Our first night we're met by Nash family friend Nihat. Stuart's mom's cousin's best man circa 1975. He is the best man. He's been taking phenomenal care of us. He met us in Taksim square, showed us the main street which is spectacularly busy with pedestrians. Took us for some Turkish food at an establishment that's been in business since 1888. Showed us some historical bars (circa 1777), ...


    A travel blog entry by katie-and-phil on Jul 15, 2014

    13 photos

    ... one." Apparently Sultans liked to build summer palaces along the Bosphorus - got it). The boat tour was a great way to cap off our visit of Istanbul. The city is vibrant, colorful, and has a lot to offer the curious traveler. Our flight departed at 1am for the Maldives...not exactly convenient. We killed the last of our time at the hotel since they were gracious enough to let us use their lounge until it was time to go. We dashed off to the bus around 9:15pm in a light ...

    Heading home after a great trip

    A travel blog entry by bethamckay on Jun 30, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... what they say about that! The day after Ephesus, we came back to the Greek Islands and stopped at Mytilene. We walked up to the old fort when we got off the ship because it was the highest point we could see. For a small entry fee, we were able to walk into the underground crypts and cisterns and the fort gave us a great view of the harbor and town. Not a whole lot happening in the town so after walking through a few streets, we went back to the ...

    Day 175 - A Surprise Meeting

    A travel blog entry by costin on Mar 24, 2014

    ... see minarets jutting up out of the multitude of mosques located in the old town. It was the kind of scene that I had imagined when we decided to come to Istanbul.

    By the bridge, was an old guy selling simit from a little cart. Simit is basically a ring of crusty bread covered in sesame seeds and the carts are everywhere in Istanbul. It seemed like a good breakfast, as well as a good introduction to Istanbul street food, so I bought one and ate ...

    All the highlights of the old town

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Oct 11, 2013

    ... tea, which was included with the meal.

    Hagia Sofia. So. This is a beautiful church/mosque/museum that, even with large scaffolding in the main area, provides an amazing sense of expansive space. The church was built by Justinian in the 6th Century, and covered with mosaics and gold leaf. After the Ottomans captured Constantinople, it was converted to a mosque. The story goes that the Sultan was so impressed with the mosaics, he did not want them to be ...