Yelkenkaya Hotel

Address: Bayramoglu Mevki Piri Reis Mah. Yelken Kaya Cad. No: 69, Darica, Kocaeli Province, 41700, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bayramoglu Mevki Piri Reis Mah. Yelken Kaya Cad. No: 69, Darica.
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    Travel Blogs from Darica

    Day on feet in Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by cruise_buddies on Oct 31, 2015

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... were done in semi precious stones. Cem kindly offered to buy us tickets to visit the Basilica Cisterns; with his magic necklace he can beat the lines and get us preferential treatment. Magical place again so very very old. Next we had 15 minutes of free time so Jane and I brought a bottle of water; 50 cents, a cob of corn from street vendor; 75 cents; and followed that with a simit Turkish bread ring; 50 cents. So so cheap and tasty. Next to the Topkapi Palace, the Sultan's ...

    To Israel and back

    A travel blog entry by jbtravel on Oct 19, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... memorial, were both touching and inspiring. Having seen everything we could see, and airport access somewhat simpler, we went back to Tel Aviv for our final night in Israel. It was uneventful - I got a cold, and we found a couple of closed galleries. Thankfully, we managed to pick up another belly full of hommus and masahba before we hopped on the plane. Since arriving in Istanbul on Friday, we have seen Gallipoli, and are now taking refuge in the simple life in Kurtkoy. I will save that for later. Next stop, ...

    Day 2 in Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by davidastevenson on Oct 03, 2015

    6 comments, 4 photos

    For the first time we ordered a room service breakfast. Excellent, on the balcony - served by a waiter in his best starched whites. Decide to see the Blue Mosque today. Only two ships in port, and as the bazaars are closed on Sunday we hope things will be much less hectic than yesterday. Get off to a good start. Taxi directly to the mosque parking area. Yet again another helpful merchant who has an uncle with a wonderful line ...

    More of Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by eveblore on Sep 20, 2015

    15 photos

    ... in proportions. It was built as a church but became a mosque in the Ottoman time. Instead of destroying the Christian mosaics inside, they covered them and, when the building became a museum after the end of the Ottoman Empire, they were uncovered. We also visited Basillica Cistern, the vast underground water system and brilliant piece of Byzantine engineering. Those clever Romans, they also left behind an aqueduct that now has a main road passing under ...

    Byzantium, Constantinople, Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by nannakez on Sep 08, 2015

    5 comments, 27 photos

    ... dishes with bread and two pastries. This would have been enough but oh no.....they then proceeded to bring out a plate each of rice, vegetables and mashed potato along with five sharing platters. It was all very theatrical.....clay pots on fire are knocked open and the steaming contents are poured out onto the platters. It was all very delicious but WAY TOO MUCH! And of course a price to match. It worked out at over a hundred and twenty dollars per couple!! Lesson ...