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Travel Blogs from Istanbul
... we have already been to 5 times, Babel. As it’s a city that never sleeps, we get there at 10.30, have dinner at 11 as the restaurant closes around us, we go on our way at 12. Andrew and I promise that this is the last time that we will go; 6 times is enough :-)
On Friday we tried a pide (an open pastry shell in the shape of a long submarine, filled with cheesy and pizza type goodness) at the Spice market. On the way home, we were walking along the street and bumped ...
Ruth & Stevie arrived into Istanbul around 2:00am this morning and we are due to catch up with them at 9:45. I can totally sympathize with how they must be feeling after so little sleep but when we catch up with them they are both full of energy and we set off to have tea. A brief catch up and plans made for an evening gallery viewing are discussed and we then ...
... break, when there was broken lamps on the sıde?? Always very good prıce. We also managed to skank a free bıt of baklava as we were so confused about the prıces they gave up and gave us a bıt for free, stupıd tourısts.
Day 2 ın Istanbul was sunnıer but stıll freezıng!! We went o see where the sultans kept hıs ladıes and where the afrıcan men who looked after them were castrated, brutal! The sultan kept up to ...
... from the Hagia Sophia. Sinan was more interested in simplification than in enrichment. He tried to achieve the largest volume under a single central dome. The dome is based on the circle, the perfect geometrical figure representing, in an abstract way, a perfect God. Sinan used subtle geometric relationships, using multiples of two when calculating the ratios and the proportions of his buildings. However, in a later stage, he also used divisions of three or ratios of two ...
... spare this magnificent structure when they sacked Constantinople. With a fair bit of historical and religious sightseeing under our belt it was time to see what the locals were up to. For that we make our way down to the Galata bridge which spans the Bophorus river connecting the European & Asian sides of turkey. Families fill the boardwalk along the river on the Saturday afternoon. With them are the vendors that make a living at social gatherings. Carts selling roasted ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool