Kaya Hotel

Millet Cad. No:86 Findikzade, Fatih, Istanbul, Turkey | 3 star inn
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Tragic and interesting times in Turkey

A travel blog entry by lawslo

... and even sometimes deeds from the time of the Ottoman sultans. After all, just a couple of days ago the prime minister himself put a headlock on a bystander who had the temerity to boo the leader at one of his public appearances related to the mine disaster – and then the prime minister reportedly had his aides finish roughing the guy up.

Perhaps Erdogan could give President Obama lessons on ways to appear a bit more ...

The name was WELL given! Day 2

A travel blog entry by emilyemoore


... is always open for yours, except when it is time for the Call to Prayer. We were lucky enough to hear this call several times a day! We appreciated it during the middle of the day when we were walking around and touring things, but not ringing through our hotel window at about 6am. As we were leaving the Mosque, I made eye contact with a man outside of the exit gate. He smiled at me and began to walk next to us. He then told me that he thought my eyes were beautiful ...

The only city in two continents

A travel blog entry by emily.hall.7758


... like I had received a good deal. He also gave me his business card so I could recommend his stall to any friends or family visitng istanbul in the future.

I returned to the hostel to rest and put away my gifts and then went on a long walk through istanbul. I visited Eminou, which is the main port where ferries leave on Bosphorus cruises. I had a fish sandwich and watched the hundred of fisherman fishing off of the bridge. I continued ...

Last day!!

A travel blog entry by shelleydarcy


... and you shot at them! Further on there were lots of seafood restaurants and a cool fish market, with a huge range of fish. Coming back up we found an alley full of restaurants...all selling the same thing. They were empty at 4 pm but I can just imagine how busy it does get in the evening. Every turn you take Istanbul throws action at you...street vendors, tea shops, kids playing football, mosques, street musicians, beggars, 1000s of vehicles and traffic ...

"O Bo Shin Notten Totten" on the Bosphorus

A travel blog entry by chris.whitmore


... Bosphorus Boat Tours intercepted my walking path. Now I have been through the whole "hey buy this from me" get up doo-dah before, but since I had no plans I thought I would go ahead and talk to him. He tried guessing my name, so for the remainder of this conversation my name was Tim. He offered to take me on the tour for 20 Euros, I just laughed and said "How about twenty Lira" (which by the way is only about 7 Euros). He said "ahh you must be a ...


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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