Gunes Hotel

Nadide Cad. Gunay Sok. No1, Istanbul, 34173, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Fatih area of Istanbul, is near Cemberlitas Hamami, Rahmi M. Koc Museum, Constantine Column, and Dances of Colours.
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    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

    Istanbul Sightseeing Day 3

    A travel blog entry by daisy_pittams on Aug 07, 2014

    14 photos

    Headed off for some late breakfast after spending most of the morning packing our things! :( on the plus side we got to sample some traditional Turkish pastries with cheese. First we went to Topkapi Palace, the home of the sultans of the Ottoman Empire. The palace was stunning especially the back parts where there were views of the city and the Bosphorus. After wandering around and marvelling at all the sparkly jewellery and medals in the treasury that had been presented by ...

    Turkey - Gallipoli, Olympus, Blue Cruise

    A travel blog entry by melrobertson on May 02, 2014

    12 photos

    ... that night. Our next day we were up early (more the crew were up early) at 5am so we could get to Butterfly Valley. Took about 4 hours to boat around to it from where we had stayed and was very rough going. We had breakfast there when we stopped and then went ashore to explore for an hour or so. We walked up the valley to the waterfall which was about 1km. There wasn't that many butterflies, apparently July is the right time to visit there for them. The boys of the ...

    Exploring the European side of Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Feb 28, 2014

    1 comment, 65 photos

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    - The place where the Byzantine guards stood on either side of the Imperial Gate (door). You could see on the floor it was worn down after many years of guards shuffling uncomfortably at their post. There were different entrance doors dependant on hierarchy; the more important the person, the bigger the door!

    - There was a sloped ramp running all the way to the top floor (where the woman watched the services from). Cem gave us likely explanations about why it ...

    Folk Music of Greece and Turkey

    A travel blog entry by ryder.chris on Jan 18, 2014

    9 photos

    ... church with the sounds of processional folk music played by local musicians. After the wedding, at the feast, the newlyweds are congratulated with songs wishing long life, many descendants and prosperity. Villagers sing when they bid farewell to a fellow villager who is immigrating to another country. Mothers put their babies to sleep with nanourismata (lullabies). When someone passes away, he is mourned with moirologia (laments). As ...

    Trying to Make Sense of Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by another-sky on Oct 16, 2013

    7 photos

    ... as if. Having never been in a mosque before, I felt a little self-conscious as the Imam began the sung prayer - so I just closed my eyes. Having never heard Muslim prayers before, other than the distorted ones through the loudspeakers on the minarets of every mosque, I was at first surprised and then astounded by the beauty of what I heard. I did not hear the words, which I couldn't understand anyway, but only the ephemeral intonations of the soul - ...