Sur Pansiyon

Address: Sirkeci Taya Hatun Sokak No 19, Istanbul, 34410, Turkey | Pension
 
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Location

This pension, located on Sirkeci Taya Hatun Sokak No 19, Istanbul, is near Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Camii), Sultanahmet District, Mosaic Museum, and Ibrahim Pasa Palace (Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts).
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Turkish delight

A travel blog entry by bigbanana on Jul 12, 2014

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Today we arrived in Turkey Istanbul, the harbour was big, once we got off the ship dad bargained with a taxi driver and we ended up getting a cab tour to the Blue mosque. The taxi drivers name was Marmid and he introduce us to his cousin who was a tour guide who's name was Typhon and he walked us the hippodrome with a big Egyptian obelisk then to the blue mosque. We had to wait in a long line and it was really hot, the ...

... and so it begins

A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Apr 12, 2014

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... the airport and managed a leisurely breakfast and Luke bought some whisky for the trip, but after the stress of the week we are quite knackered, therefore this evening we just went for a wander to get dinner. The hotel is nice and very central which is great.

We have not bumped into anyone from the trip yet, but then again we only got here at about 6.30PM.

The trip officially starts on Monday and we leave Istanbul ...

Istanbul (Constantinople) by Day

A travel blog entry by keithandialaska on Nov 17, 2013

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... me!). Nasha explained that in Turkey the Islams are what she termed “Light Islam” – I think me meant more moderate and not as radical as some from other Islamic states. She did comment on the number of mosques and highlighted there is no need to keep building more Mosques as in a city of over 20million people they need more schools! We saw the enclosed and secure place where the Sultan used to come and pray and the area where women sit. The wall-to-wall ...

Old Habits Die Hard, and: Cat Heaven

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Oct 13, 2013

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... the RTW ticket no less, really had them thrown.

The first guy simply gave up after a while and asked his colleague to sort it out, who then got a second colleague to actually check me in, who then kept insisting my flight out of Cairo wasn't until the 15th of October. I gotta admit that the thought of having to spend two days in Cairo nearly caused a minor panic attack on my side, before the guy finally realized the mistake was his. ...

Better than our first visit

A travel blog entry by stephgraeme on Aug 31, 2013

... on their own. It worked out very well. At least Wendy and I have a bit of patience. We started our trek and stopped for a bite to eat just so we could sit for a few minutes. Walked towards the blue mosque which has thousands of bright blue tiles inside for its decoration but it turned out we were five minutes late to get in. They were having prayers which they do about 5 times a day and ...