Kaya Hotel

Millet Cad. No:86 Findikzade, Fatih, Istanbul, Turkey | 3 star inn
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Home again, home again, jiggity jog

A travel blog entry by ldhensel


... 8211; a very elaborate and traditional Indian wedding, her saris, and her children and family. She spoke of the particular god of her family, the coming-of-age ceremony of her son, the traditional Indian dance classes of her daughter. She showed me pictures of the various religious festivals they had celebrated – including Christmas. She seemed the embodiment of modern India, combining both the old and new. A poem that Martin shared at ...

Istanbul - Impressive, lavish & massive Mosques

A travel blog entry by midlifecruisers


... different to what we hear third hand in the media.
The Turkish people although 90% are Muslim, ( only 40% are actually practicing) do not like their current president and want him out, he is a fundamentalist Muslim who is trying to bring in strict laws for them especially women....and the Turkish people are strongly protesting this and do not want to go the same as their Middle East neighbours like Iraq and Egypt. It was surprising to see so many Turkish ...

Istanbul Part II

A travel blog entry by fiskm2013


... the tramline to the Spice Market. Although very similar to the Grand Bazaar, this was more comfortable for us. We decided to buy some spices in one shop. The vendor was very respectful, having us smell the various spices. We bought a few different things, including instant pomegranate tea. So good! And natural Tracy! Across the main thoroughfare was the ferry port. We boarded a local ferry for 10 Turkish Lira, about $5 CDN, to experience the Bosphorus. ...

A Stranger Bought Me Chai

A travel blog entry by chris.whitmore


... me, and wanted to learn about where I came from, why I chose Istanbul, what my impression was, that of Americans back home, and where I saw my future career heading. Eventually, he brought up whether or not I had visited Taksim Square yet. I quickly replied that I hadn't because of the recent riots, and it would not be for some time before I thought I should enter that area.

The whole situation with Taksim is rather interesting at ...

How bazaar

A travel blog entry by bevie


... even hear it from our hotel room.

The grand bazaar at last. This is shopping heaven. So many things to buy in all different colors and materials. Leather, clothes, pottery, silver, gold etc. Now to find the right bedspread and pillow cases for our outdoor furniture. I love bargaining and manage to get the prices down to what I think is reasonable. Anya bought a lovely harem girl outfit with shoes and hat and looks so cute.



This 3 star inn, located in the Bayrampasa area of Istanbul, is near Suleymaniye Mosque, Military Museum (Asker Muzesi), Sultanahmet Hamami, and Istanbul University.
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