Red Hill

Akbiyik Cadessi No 8, Istanbul, Turkey | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Horror Bus

A travel blog entry by kyajade

4

... So we went up the street on the off chance that our laundry was finished early, which it was, then took it back to the hostel and chilled out at the tables on the top floor. (After putting on some warmer clothes!) We had some time to kill, so while Darren rested and tried to snooze on the chair, I did a complete rejig and sort through of our bags and laundry. We got a cup of tea from the lady in the restaurant who spoke no English, but eventually understood and put the kettle ...

Ramadan in Istanbul

A travel blog entry by michellendave

47

... hall, a friendly looking guy was holding up a sign with my name. This was true luxury.

Immediately we noticed that a lot had changed in Istanbul since our last visit many years ago; a lot more traffic and roads have improved tremendously too. Except for a few remnants of medieval city walls, Istanbul, on first blush, appears to be very modern.

At the hotel, we were greeted by a smiling ...

Transit location: Istanbul

A travel blog entry by kukiong

... that long, so i checked it up and guess what, he was right! If the transit flight is more than 10h you get free hotel provided.

It took 1,5 hour to get trough the passport control and i started to wonder if it was worth it. My other option was to sleep in the airport and go sightsing in the morning. At that time it was midnight and ...

Understand first! Then ride "Da Bul"

A travel blog entry by 2globaltrotters

12

We woke up around 9ish, a quick shower, breakfast then we hit the town. The first stop was the Blue Mosque. We never really entered a mosque before and we were looking forward to it. As soon as we entered the main gates, there was a huge sign which detailed some rules before you can enter into the Mosque;

1 - not shorts or singlets
2 - females have to have their hair covered with a scarf and
3 - females need to cover ...

Istanbul immersion

A travel blog entry by wanderingsnl

5

After breakfast we split into our groups and navigated the public transport system to find our way to the 14th Century Chora Church. The frescoes revealed the theology of the time here, which placed Mary nearly on the same level as Jesus Christ! Joseph was an old man when he married her, a widower with children, hence the explanation for Jesus' siblings and enabling Mary to remain ...

Location

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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