Blue Hills Hotel

Address: Sultanahmet Mah. Su Terazisi Sok. No:10 Sultanahmet, Fatih, Istanbul, 34440 , Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Fatih area of Istanbul, is near Dervish Dance, Tarihi Galatasaray Hamami, The Pudding Shop, and Dances of Colours.
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    Istanbul - from the Galata tower to Ominonu..

    A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Jul 05, 2015

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    ... to bunjy jump from it ) A ten minute queue and then a lift ride followed by a narrow stair climb and you step out onto an exposed narrow ledge ( of course it has a chest high handrail to stop you falling off ). If you were there alone, it would only take a minute to walk around the tower back to the entry/exit door, but one of the problems is selfies, and another is people not being able to read signs. The flow around the top comes to a standstill when people stop to ...

    Istanbul - Day Two

    A travel blog entry by dandgklein on May 27, 2015

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    ... to food. Built centuries ago, the entrance archway is lovely and yet overwhelmed by the number of people - its a huge mecca of shopping for locals and tourists.

    We had been told where to go and where not to before our walking tour and did not have a great deal of time, but honesty, Gerry and I enjoyed the stores before the inside bazaar better, probably because they were different and unique and more conducive to leisurely ...

    Ordinary, everyday life in Izmir

    A travel blog entry by cherylhanson on Apr 16, 2015


    Our trip to and back from Bursa gave me a chance to see some of the countryside. It was very mountainous from here to Bursa. I saw sheep farms, horse farms, small villages with the minarets visible from afar, mountain lakes, high rises where there was industry and olive groves. My quads have gotten a work out with all of the steps there are to climb and because of squatting to go to the bathroom. Many toilets only have holes and you have to pay for ...

    Layers of History

    A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Aug 19, 2014

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    ... a sultan, generally have 4 minarets, but this one has 6. In the past the imam would climb the minaret five times a day for the call to prayer. Nowadays he broadcasts the call through speakers on the minaret. The echoing call to prayer is quite haunting.

    Turkey is now predominantly Muslim. Under Constantine the Great, Istanbul was the center of the Christian Orthodox Church but became Muslim under the Ottomans. Shortly after the ...

    Day 89 (Istanbul)

    A travel blog entry by marcohj on Aug 07, 2014

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    ... around for ages in search of bars or a shisha place, but found nothing. We went into a sweet shop to get baklava and they ended up giving us one each for free, which was really cool. We walked back home past some really expensive bars near our hostel (probably not by Istanbul standards but still pricey) and settled for drinking tea and sitting out the front of the hostel. After a while we went to bed and slept slightly better than the night before. I love you, ...