Ramada Plaza Istanbul City Center
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... by Armenian architects, father and son Garabet Amira Balyan and Nigogayos Balyan. The Balyan family designed the Topkapi Palace, the Beylerbeyi Palace and many other religious and public buildings in Istanbul. Filiz informed me that the mosque is slowly sinking into the Bosphorus, but would still be here when we returned from the cruise.
Passing under the Bosphorus Bridge, we noticed workmen high up on the cables. When it was built in 1973, ...
... face than I arrived. I hope to return to this city and see more of Turkey on my next trip. For all you city slickers out there I would highly recommend Istanbul be added to your list of must sees. With that being said I'm now off to Athens, one that has been on mine for a long time and even better still one of my girls is meeting me there! Lindsay Langer is coming to GREECE!! woohoo cannot wait! Stay turned as I am sure the next blog will have a few good stories in it. xx
... starting,clutch in and out and the bike was just not happy,the temp Gauge showed at one time 50 degrees,we crawled a few more agonising yards,the engine started smoking,and after 10 or so minutes had to pull of the road onto the causeway where the bike just stalled! There was that much smoke coming off it,Jenny thought it was going to set on fire! We sat on the pavement in all our riding ...
... 1500's. Which was just as nice as the Blue mosque (which wasn't very blue). Each mosque was a centre of community support and used to have health care and a soup kitchen at each. We went to the 'soup kitchen' attached with Suleymaniye mosque (now a cafe) and were greeted with rosť hip juice. It was dark, sweet, and similar to prune juice (so said an elderly lady). No pics were allowed of dervishes as it ...
... neighboring hotels and they were $100 and €150 respectively. Ouch! Looks like we will have to make some sacrifices to stay near our $50 target on our return.
Safe in Istanbul
We feel safe here. Daily we make lengthy excursions to different areas of Istanbul. We make use of the ample network of public transport: metro, tram, buses and ferries. It is cheap and convenient. Since Istanbul straddles ...