Hotel Saba

Address: Binbirdirek Mah. Sehit Mehmet Pasa Yokusu No 8, Istanbul, 34400, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Küçük Ayasofya area of Istanbul, is near Dervish Dance, Corlulu Ali pasa Medresesi, Egyptian Obelisk, and Sarnic Hotel Turkish Cooking Class.
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    A travel blog entry by baumyj on Oct 08, 2015

    23 photos

    ... was on duty and have dinner in the same spot (assuming we could without having to pay for Whirling Dervishes) He was and we had a great final dinner in Europe. Three of us had the choice Rex had made and it was delicious. Philip was persuaded to have the Sultans Choice and it was a real theatre as it came in a pottery urn that was set on fire and Philip had to knock the top off with a sword. Ferdie chatted to us all evening about his planned trip to Montenegro and then ...


    A travel blog entry by robbiej on Aug 01, 2015

    ... arrived back at the ranch, we had to pry chels off the horse. She couldn't get enough. The next morning, 4am, we had awoken for what was sure to be a highlight of the trip. After a short transfer, still dark, we found ourselves standing in a field with about 100 or more other travellers looking at these massive balloons slowly leaving the ground and taking shape. After getting into the basket, we took off so so gently. It was a pretty weird feeling. The ...

    Troy and Ephesus

    A travel blog entry by peterleesa on Jul 01, 2015

    10 photos

    ... the development of European Civilisation in its early stages. Human occupation of Troy began in the Bronze Age, almost 3000 years B.C. And over the ages has been occupied by he original inhabitants, the Greeks and then the Romans. Maybe not everyone's cup of tea, but I was pretty impressed standing next to a 5 metre high retaining wall that was constructed over 4,500 years ago. These structures were built over 2000 years before the Pyramids were ...

    Day 15

    A travel blog entry by felixcullen on Apr 11, 2015

    3 photos

    ... on the top deck of our tour boat and settled in for the ride. I think Lily was disappointed that we weren't on one the boats with a tour guide on the loudspeaker, but secretly I was glad. Nothing ruins a trip more than being shouted at in four different languages. The boat cruised under the famous Bosphorus bridge, which joins European Istanbul to Asian Istanbul. It then continued up towards the second, less ...

    City of mosques

    A travel blog entry by lahra on Oct 05, 2014

    1 comment, 31 photos

    A relaxed morning - everyone woke when they were ready, and got up slowly. Breakfast was a continental buffet (with eggs to order) in the hotel's restaurant, and then we headed off on foot the same way we walked yesterday, towards the Bosphorus. This time we crossed the Galeta Bridge into Sultanamet - the old city of Istanbul where all of the iconic monuments are situated. My goal today was to duck into Ayasofya and then across to the Blue Mosque this ...