Moonlight Hotel

Akbiyik Cad. No:87 Sultanahmet, Fatih, Istanbul, 34400 , Turkey | Hostel
Prices starting from $67.00

Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Day 49: Grand Bazaar

A travel blog entry by ryan.lee


... in front as well. After going up the large steps, there is a courtyard where some people were selling nice carpets. The entrance way had a cart of plastic bags to put shoes (shoes must be removed before entering). The interior was well decorated. A section was reserved for tourists as to not disturb those going for prayer.

We headed back to the hostel once the sky began to darken with storm clouds. Luckily we were not caught in ...

Medical Tourism in Istanbul

A travel blog entry by michellendave


... man to lift on my back.

Dave had arrived just 5 minutes before I showed up in the arrival hall, perfect timing. He had taken the bus to get me. It had taken much longer than he expected because it had to stop at least 20 times to pick up people going to the Sabiha G÷kcen Airport. The E10 bus back to town was almost empty and made to the end in less than an hour (one stop). We then boarded the ferry at Kadikoy. The moon was ...

Day 2 in Istanbul and Arrival in Ankara

A travel blog entry by fairuzb

... that were difficult to reach by public transportation.
These sights included a very large Roman Aqueduct, the famous Bosphorus Bridge, which connected the European and the Asian sides of Istanbul. There were many luxurious cruise ships in the harbors of the Bosphorus and the port was really beautiful.

We finally arrived at the airport and took a flight with the AnadoluJet airlines (a domestic airlines ...

Toque Please, We be in Istanbul

A travel blog entry by asheevk

... taxis (they spell it Taksi) weaving in an out of traffic. There are also police officers directing traffic in really high traffic areas, I should also mention that they carry massive machine guns. It should have been slightly offputting, but I have been to so many countries where they carry machine guns that I didn't even notice them!
After our caffeine fix, we walked to the blue mosque. It was crowded with people and we didn't go inside since it was prayer time, ...

Istanbul, Turkey

A travel blog entry by colerumbough


... It was an innovation in engineering because of a new technique in which they used a network of Roman arches to distribute all the weight of the dome and it would all channel down to four massive columns at the bottom. This meant that up near the top where the dome starts, decorative, lacey stonework could be applied with lots of windows letting in light. Such a thing had never been seen before and people thought it was a miracle because it looked as if the dome ...

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