Kardesler Apart

Kucukayasofya Mahallesi Yusuf Askin Sokak No 7, Istanbul, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kucukayasofya Mahallesi Yusuf Askin Sokak No 7, Istanbul, is near Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Camii), Sultanahmet District, Mosaic Museum, and Ibrahim Pasa Palace (Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts).
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Where East meets West!

A travel blog entry by turkey-greece14 on May 14, 2014

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... carrying the swinging tray. Bargaining is expected.
Our trip would not be complete without a visit to yet another mosque. The Rustem Paha Mosque build near the Spice market is a stunning example of how the beautiful 16th Century Iznik tiles create a religious experience for all. This mosque was built in 1561 by Rustem Pasa, twice
Grand Vezir under Suleyman the Magnificent and husband of the Sultan's favorite
daughter, the Princess Mihrimah. The mosque is built on a ...

The Egyptian Embassy

A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 01, 2013

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We got up bright and early today for breakfast, which is unusual for us! When we got up to the breakfast room, the plates were set up, with a hard boiled egg, some cucumber, tomato, olives, cheese and bread. Darren was disappointed, and didn't want it, (it did look a bit average) so we decided we'd go out and find something else instead. I had a shower and quickly looked up some directions before we headed out. We walked around the streets for a while looking at ...

Final days in Istanbul

A travel blog entry by kdraper on Oct 03, 2013

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... Hamdi Restaurant in Istanbul on DIS's dime. We started with some fresh pita with cucumber tomato and parsley, followed by a lentil soup with yummy spices, then a Turkish pizza and meatball. For the main course we had chicken and kebab in the pittas. For dessert we had baklava. If I could eat only baklava here I would be so happy it's amazing here. After dinner we walked to a performance of traditional Turkish dances from around the country at the Hodjapasha Dance Theater. We saw ...


A travel blog entry by jspence on Aug 15, 2013

The day we arrived in Istanbul we were deeply exhausted from the lack of sleep we had on the overnight bus. We arrived at around 5am and it was still dark at the bus station. As the taxi drove us from the station to taksim, where we had booked our hostel, the sun was rising. The streets were filled with Turkish men and young guys who we assumed were just finishing off a good night out in the town. At first, my thought was where are all the women? But I guess they have ...

Hagia Sofia,Shopping, Family and Fond Farewells

A travel blog entry by brandhorst on Jul 15, 2013

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... between 532 and 537 A.D. For 900 years it was considered the eastern Vatican. It's beauty and impressiveness makes this the single greatest achievement of the Byzantine Empire. Paris' Notre Dame would fit inside the great dome of Hagia Sofia and the Statue of Liberty could dance under it! Very Impressive!! Later in 1453 when the Ottomans took Constantinople, Sultan Mehmet the Conquerer converted it into a grand Mosque. It holds ...