Boutique St Sophia Hotel

Alemdar Cad. No:4 Sultanahmet, Fatih, Istanbul, 34400, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Fatih area of Istanbul, is near Bindirdirek Cistern, Gulhane Park, Kapah Carsi, and Hippodrome (Atmeydani).
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    Travel Agency Business Trip D1

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

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    ... city and go about scouting potential areas for a new Travel Agency office. Halfway through the flight the Flight staff brought out our Dinner I had ordered 2 Chicken Schnitzels with vegetables and 2 Cold Corona Beers which went very well with the nicely pre-cooked food which was surprising good. This time around I found myself slowly dozing off to sleep during the last few hours of the Flight. ...

    Magnificent Historical Sites of Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by pverco on Jul 16, 2014

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    ... had only been married around 2 months ago. He told us about his wedding and the traditions of that in Turkey.

    We commenced our tour by visiting the Blue Mosque, which is the second largest Mosque in Istanbul. It is a very grand and massive building. Even though in guided tours which go to the top of the line, we had about half an hour of queuing due to all of the other groups that got there before us, even though we started our tour ...

    I love this city

    A travel blog entry by ldschaub on Jun 03, 2014

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... but we figured we would take our chances.

    We walked over since it was pretty close. This time we managed to avoid the carpet salesmen and get there without any interruptions. The bazaar was a lot of fun. There were so many vendors and things to look at. And after Morocco, this was hardly intimidating, maybe on size alone, but hardly any hassle at all. We spent quite a bit of time in here, buying up souvenirs and looking at others we wanted ...

    Home again, home again, jiggity jog

    A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Jan 29, 2014

    3 comments, 14 photos

    ... these external marks are the differences unseen by us, but evident to all Hindus – that of caste. It is a difficult concept for a westerner to swallow. But in India it is readily accepted, hardly worth noting, and provides order. In Varanasi our guide mentioned casually that the boatmen providing rides were a different caste from the fishermen plying the same waters. Neither would do the job of the other. Nor could a Brahmin open a betel nut ...

    Touring Istanbul with Hussam

    A travel blog entry by janehudon on Nov 13, 2013

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    ... suffered another fire. Not until 1956 was it fully restored again.

    By 1550 sultan Süleyman the Magnificent was at the height of his powers. Having built a mosque for his son, he felt it was time to construct his own imperial mosque, an enduring monument larger than all the others, to be built on a gently sloping hillside dominating the Golden Horn. Money was no problem, since he had accumulated treasure from the booty of his campaigns in Europe and the Middle East. He ...