Turkish-American B&B

Baskurt Sk, Istanbul, Turkey | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Istanbul (Constantinople) by Day

A travel blog entry by keithandialaska

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... neck of the spice market – gives new meaning to the word “bottle neck”! Eek shrieked Giva – “We are lost! What will we do? The ship will sail with out us!” – such a drama queen! Using my excellent problem solving skills (well developed prefrontal cortex) I decided to approach the “commander” of Tour Number 3. She could not speak English but eventually she understood that I wanted her to make contact with the ...

Troy, Pergamon and Canakkale

A travel blog entry by tmarts

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... from afar as did not venture up the hill.
Where we did stop was the Place of Asclepion. An ancient "health retreat" dedicated to the god of medicine - Asclepios. Built in the 14th century BC. There was a huge complex - libraries, theatre, temples, shops. The sick came to be healed by the sacred spring water. While waiting for their cure they could read, go to watch religious plays and pray in the temples. One of the cures was spending a night in the temples - ...

Güle güle Istanbul

A travel blog entry by dzamore

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... been home to both and that neither has been totally destroyed is really amazing.

After the Aya Sofia, we hopped on the ferry over to Kadikoy for dinner. It's a neighborhood on the Asian side of Istanbul. We had taken the ferry here before, but had just ridden the ferry and had not gotten offi. The streets were busy and there were more food markets and fish restaurants, like a combination of the side streets ...

Being held Hostel

A travel blog entry by bencooper43

Indeed, mixing up my accommodations has provided some great new contacts, new 'friends' and experiences. I have met great crew from lots of places and for that i am very grateful! It has taught me how I 'prefer' to travel too. While I have no regrets whatsoever I must confess to tiring of the 'hostel life'! It certainly has its merits when travelling alone but after the better part of the week here in 'bada bing hostel' I am pretty much done. ...

Discovering Istanbul

A travel blog entry by jannettek

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We are in a small hotel in the old Sultanahmet area, and like many hotels near the water it has a breakfast room on the top floor with views to the Sea of Marmara. So as we eat breakfast we can see a number of other hotel breakfast rooms, and ships out at sea.

The breakfast array we choose from is - bread, hard white and feta cheese, green olives, dry ...

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This B&B, located in the Cihangir area of Istanbul, is near Istanbul Modern Museum, Taksim Square, Ihlara Valley, and Bagdat Street (Bagdat caddesi).
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