BEST WESTERN Tashan Business & Airport Hotel

Tashan Cad No 57, Istanbul, 34142, Turkey | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Bakirköy area of Istanbul, is near Sultanahmet Hamami, Istanbul University, Fethiye Camii, and Air Force Museum.
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    Travel Agency Business Trip Intro

    A travel blog entry by t.mariner on Sep 11, 2014

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    ... continued to be for another thousand years until 1453 at which the Ottoman Turks where the first to completely conquer the city of Constantinople by exploiting the age of gunpowder, The city was able to withstand many sieges over its thousand year reign because of its massive defences, the city was surrounded on all three sides by ...

    Magnificent Historical Sites of Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by pverco on Jul 16, 2014

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    ... through the side gate to the Hippodrome. What is that you might ask. No, it is not a building for hippopotimus. It was a paved outdoor stadium to running charriot races, or having jousting duels etc. There was a talk obilisque at one end (which at one time was gold coated) indicating the end of the course, another very large marble obilisque in the middle, made by the Romans and shipped to Istanbul, made of solid marble (40 tonnes of it). ...

    I love this city

    A travel blog entry by ldschaub on Jun 03, 2014

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... the items that I wanted but just could not afford. Next time I'll come home with a rug and some jewelry.

    The people in the shops were also very friendly, and awfully cleaver on sales pitches. You had the usual "my friend my friend, I have more inside" or "no no, not that way, the good stuff's this way." Then there would be "hello, let me help you spend your money." And last but not lease "let me show you things you don't need." While they ...

    Home again, home again, jiggity jog

    A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Jan 29, 2014

    3 comments, 14 photos

    ... it doesn’t matter. In Hinduism it isn’t what you believe that is important, it is what you do, the rituals and observances you perform. And this is not just the India of the past or of the uneducated. On the flight from Varanasi to Mumbai I sat next to a young woman in jeans and wearing a bindi. She worked at a small high tech firm in Mumbai and had attended a wedding in Varanasi over the weekend. We talked, and she shared pictures of ...

    Touring Istanbul with Hussam

    A travel blog entry by janehudon on Nov 13, 2013

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    ... from the Hagia Sophia. Sinan was more interested in simplification than in enrichment. He tried to achieve the largest volume under a single central dome. The dome is based on the circle, the perfect geometrical figure representing, in an abstract way, a perfect God. Sinan used subtle geometric relationships, using multiples of two when calculating the ratios and the proportions of his buildings. However, in a later stage, he also used divisions of three or ratios of two ...