Moonlight Hotel

Address: Akbiyik Cad. No:87 Sultanahmet, Fatih, Istanbul, 34400 , Turkey | Hostel
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    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

    Day 93 (Istanbul)

    A travel blog entry by marcohj on Aug 10, 2014

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    ... Bella and Lucy, arrived so we made vague plans to meet up with them later on for dinner. At some point I wandered out and got a kebab for me and Nim. We only properly wandered out around 6:30-7 and ran into bella and Lucy on the stairs. We sat in the lobby talking to them for a bit. Deejay came down and was very quiet because she was feeling very ill. We soon set off for a restaurant they'd heard was great and cheap nearby. We walked up a way that Lucy ...

    Still getting there...

    A travel blog entry by healsby on May 05, 2014

    ... br> Upon our arrival at the airport, we were helped by a lovely woman on the Turkish Airlines check-in, and reassured that our bags would be checked all the way to Kathmandu – which is a good thing when you consider the size of Istanbul airport! We had an obligatory fast food lunch and loaded up on duty-free milka bars to keep us happy on the flight. We were slightly delayed in getting boarded, but I was pleased when I correctly ...

    When you come across an Istanbul Protest - Day 5

    A travel blog entry by edabaja on Jun 02, 2013

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    ... government. Today, we checked out of our hotel and drove to Zeynel and Mehtap's apartment on the Asian side. We made a quick stop at MMM MIGROS - as Zeynel put it a "Farmer Jack" - and bought some breakfast foods. We arrived at their apartment after driving through many new cities. It was soo cool, the Asian side of Istanbul is totally different than the European side. It is more residential and people mainly live in large apartment ...

    Turkey and Jordan travel plans

    A travel blog entry by ericasmy on Jan 18, 2013

    ... road and once he found we were Australians he said he had been taught by an Aussie woman. Invited us to his bazaar for a tea but it turned out he was a carpet shop spruker and as soon as he got us in the door he disappeared. It was a sensational selling job as the "owner" of "antique" carpets did a great job selling to Karen. He gave up on me pretty quickly but paid lot of attention to finding Karen a runner and some were indeed beautiful. Bought out a rug (not a runner) which was ...

    Istanbul last minute

    A travel blog entry by baselbandp on Sep 22, 2012

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    ... color, spice and flavor. Lamb, fish, chicken, are plentifully, but also peasant-represented vegetarian mixes with ample chickpeas and other pulses. More so, we also tried the renowned street snacks, and apparently from the original shops. Fried fish kebabs, if I remember correctly, anchovies. Another was the lamb kebab sandwich and the sour milk drink from Master Hasan, or I think that’s what he’s called!!!  A similar stop for Anthony Bourdain during his ...