TAV Airport Hotel

Address: Ataturk Havalimani Yesilkoy, Bakirkoy, Istanbul, 34831, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Bakirköy area of Istanbul, is near Beyoglu, Air Force Museum, and Turkish Riviera / Turquoise Coast.
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      Sam Jackson turns 11 in Istanbul

      A travel blog entry by goodner on Oct 19, 2014

      1 comment, 116 photos

      ... they had definitely had one of my favorite rides of all time. Some of the rides that they had consisted of the drop, roller costars, and water rides. All of them were fun but the funniest one was the giant red roller-coaster that started off slow but after a few meters, you would accelerate from 10 miles per hour to 60. The ride went on for 15 seconds but it was amazing. Another one was the drop. The drop took you up there just like the other drops I've been on, ...

      Day 19 - Let the sun shine in

      A travel blog entry by spydah on Sep 19, 2014

      ... and clatter, everyone in the entire restaurant burst into spontaneous applause. It was a delicious meal. On the strength of that performance, people at a couple of the nearby tables decided to order the same dish, so we were treated to a couple of encore performances. In keeping with Turkish tradition Brian ordered a glass of raki, an aniseed-flvoured liqueur drunk before the meal. A bottle of local red with the meal, and we retired to our little hotel tired and ...

      On my own in Istanbul

      A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Aug 25, 2014

      17 photos

      ... a coke and sat down for a brief break. After lunch I walked over to the Blue Mosque. I thought I was prepared wearing long pants, a shirt with sleeves and bringing my own scarf for my head. Unfortunately I was still going to offend Mohammed (peace be upon Him) with my arms, so I was given a blue sheet to cover them with. Entering the Mosque I was astounded with the beauty of the place. Lights hung low from the ceiling just above your head, the walls were colourfully ...

      Archaeological Museum, Hagia Sophia, and a Cistern

      A travel blog entry by erinwarwick on May 25, 2014

      56 photos

      ... and it's figurative mosaics and frescoes were plastered over in accordance with Islamic custom. Today the interior holds elements mostly from the time it was used as a mosque 1453 till 1934 when it became a museum. This was quite the site, it seemed a lot bigger than the Blue Mosque. There was some construction going on so you did not get to see all of it. There was also a lot of people so it was hard to get a good picture. It is one of ...

      Take me back to Constantinople.....

      A travel blog entry by gritttle on Jan 16, 2014

      5 photos

      ... means the divine wisdom of god. This great structure is 1,500 years old; originally an Orthodox Christian Church then became a mosque and up until the 1930's it was be a museum. This magnificent building took 5 years to build.

      There is many evidence that the Hagia Sophia was once an Orthodox Christian Church. As soon as you walk in there is a painting above the doors of Jesus. Because Jesus is not the main prophet for the Islamic faith, it ...