Red Hill

Akbiyik Cadessi No 8, Istanbul, Turkey | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Fatih area of Istanbul, is near Cooking Alaturka, Sirkeci Station, Yedikule (Castle of the Seven Towers), and Sokollu Mehmet Pasa Mosque.
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

A day of mosques

A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on May 24, 2014

57 photos

... Athens and Istanbul and shook the entire Thrace and Aegean regions.
The U.S. Geological Survey put it at 7.2 on the richter scale although Turkish authorities and the Institute of Geodynamics of Athens reported it as 6.5.It began 18 kilometres off Greece’s southern coast, close to the island of Samothraki.The quake lasted approximately 20 to 30 seconds.
There are no reports yet of an injuries or damage to buildings."

We first made our way to Rustem Pasha Mosque. ...

Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace and Grand Baazar

A travel blog entry by madtram93 on Jan 13, 2014

30 photos

... of the first large markets in Istanbul, and tested our haggling skills (on a random note, during this entire blog Steve Ricks' voice is narrating it in my head). The baazar is one of the oldest market places in the world and in its tunnels has over 4,000 shops selling various goods. Myself, Lisa and Jazmine all had interesting experiences at the baazar. I used some of the Turkish Oscar taught us and it really helped me get better deals and to have a positive interaction with the ...

Topkapi Palace and cruising on the Bosphorus

A travel blog entry by dumic on Sep 13, 2013

1 comment, 19 photos

... the market, heard a local group playing music in the streets and had dinner before taking the ferry back to our hotel and on a bus to the airport hotel. Consider these last two days entries to be temporary filler as we've really been on the go. I'm writing this at 1:35 AM on Saturday the 14th at the hotel at the airport as we have an early morning flight to Konya. The jet lag is playing havoc with my sleep schedule but I'm hoping to be asleep ...


A travel blog entry by rnb2013 on Jul 02, 2013

23 photos

... man and the city of Ephesus was discovered by a German so anything of value was sent to the respective countries museums and not to Istanbul. So much of the city had not been excavated yet and were still in the process. After a while one rock seemed to look the same as the next. Again the history that went with the sites were interesting and why things were built that way they were interesting, but definitely not a riveting palace to see! Ephesus was to be much ...

The full circle

A travel blog entry by tredders on Jun 29, 2013

4 comments, 40 photos

... across the Dardanelles to the Gallipoli Peninsula on the European side .
We headed straight to Anzac Cove. How terrible it must have been for the soldiers !! To land in the wrong bay and just get hammered. It was quite moving to see it in the flesh. It is where the Anzac Service takes place and the area is quite small to take the number of people that it does. Ekrem played some of the service for us on his ipad as he ...