Hotel By Sofia

Kucuk Ayasofya Cad. No: 84, Istanbul, 34400, Turkey | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Performance at Fatih Municipality Amphitheater

A travel blog entry by bnnashton


... of the audience clapping and singing along, and they seemed to enjoy even the songs they might not have known, like "I Got a Robe." The choir did well overall, and we seemed to react well to the enthusiasm of the audience. Some of our entrances and pronunciation were a bit sloppy, though. I felt like my solo for "I Got a Robe" also went well, although I slipped up on the words once. ...

Turkey - Istanbul

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... for Africa. The only bad thing about this is that we actually realized how unprepared we were for Africa and that we hadn’t even looked for the antimalarial drugs.

Day 4: October 4, 2013

Since we got a little bit freak out the day before after reading all the things about malaria we started visiting different pharmacies and hospitals, in total we visited 10 pharmacies and 3 different hospitals. All of them had different information but in ...

Shopoholic ! - journee achats !

A travel blog entry by sallyjonasniels


... coffees were along all the streets, little art and designers shops all around, and old non-renovated jewels (giving to this place a little taste of Berlin). We then arrived to the main street, heading to the much mediatized Taksim square (actually no riots were going on at that time, and people were shopping everywhere … pretty positive but disappointing while we were really looking forward to see the huge riots described in the ...

Istanbul again

A travel blog entry by jannettek


... food and probably the only curt waiter we have encountered, but we wanted to try this place of historical interest to travellers from 1957 onwards. This was a place on the earlier route of those travelling overland from Europe to Asia where tourist information could be found, transport organised and cheap Turkish food consumed. I later ...

Mosques, Apple Tea, and Baklava! (Mom, don't read)

A travel blog entry by cassie_bodkin


... to buy something for breakfast because the bills were too large. I got apple tea (new obsession) and a pastry. A man came to talk to me because he knew English. He ended up being a political refugee from Iran. He asked me to write down my name, facebook, and family home number. Naturally, I wrote down a fake name. Haha..but the food was good.
I made my way to the metro and switched to the tram and at about 6:15 I found the hostel. I was SO happy. ...

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This inn, located in the Fatih area of Istanbul, is near Dervish Dance, Corlulu Ali pasa Medresesi, Sarnic Hotel Turkish Cooking Class, and Egyptian Obelisk.
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