Moonlight Hotel

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

Last nıght ın Istanbul

A travel blog entry by hingstontribe

I woke up thıs mornıng wıth a mıxture of relıef and sadness. Thıs ıs the last day of our long planned holıday.
The nıce man at the desk rang and booked us a sessıon at a cheap non tourısty hammam. We got ourselves a taxı' and the drıver turned out to be one of those 'No problem I …

Land of the Sultans

A travel blog entry by jemthegem

I love this place!
Saturday we went to the Blue Mosque which is absolutely stunning, with amazing tiles and architecture.
The line to get in was quite long, and we used the time to cover our heads, take off our shoes and make sure we looked okay, its actually quite fun to get all dressed up and I went all out wearing a full length skirt. …

Grand Bazaar, Blue Mosque

A travel blog entry by hingstontribe

Amazing Mosque. I wonder how long they will still let the non-moslems in. We weren't allowed to enter the mosque in Jerusalem and now I understand why. We waited at the door, with our heads covered, long skirts, no shoes and all, walked through the door to see hundreds of visitors who had all taken off their head coverings, walking around in t- …

Whirling Dervishes and getting back in the kitchen

A travel blog entry by hingstontribe


Continuing on from yesterday's notes.
The people at Agora were quite apologetic, but the hostel was brimming with people due to the Volcano disrupting airports, and they had to keep their regular clientele happy. Also, with people coming and going as they were it justing wasn't a safe environment for kids and we had to agree with them. Also, …


A travel blog entry by bryce_terri


... a treasury that held crowns, weapons and an 86 carat diamond which apparently was found in the rubbish dump – whoever lost that would be more than horrified we’re sure. The Palace also had splendid views of Istanbul’s chaotic but pretty city so of course we got a photo or two. The rest of our day was spent on a ferry down the Bosphorus Strait where we soaked up the sun and watched hundreds of Turkish ...

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