Fatima Sultan Hotel

Kucuk Ayasofya Mah. Kucuk Ayasofya Cad. No:59, Istanbul, 34410, Turkey | Hotel
Prices starting from $69.00
 

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The Trip

A travel blog entry by ryder.chris

8

... our first day was actually more like a day and a third. Once we arrived, we gathered our luggage and then met our Turkish tour guide. His name is Oscar, and he will be with us until we leave Turkey in a few days. We took our charter coach to the city center where we had a little bit of time for lunch before our first performance, which was at 4:30 pm (yes that's correct, approximately 3 hours after our overnight 13 hour flight ...

Turkey - so many high points (part 2)

A travel blog entry by smkrem

24

... she went straight to bed. I went wandering around the accommodation, we were staying at a very modern hip university apartment/hotel - Republika Ortakoy Apartments. It was complete with gym, games room, cafeteria, laundry etc etc. With a 28 km run looming, I would have loved to have done it the following morning but with no water or route planning I kicked it into touch and decided to hit the treadmill in the morning for a 10km run. The following morning I guilted the ...

Topdeck Turkey

A travel blog entry by cleegan

5

... When outside,
you wander why it is called the Blue Mosque, but then you get inside and you realize that it is because it is absolutely dripping in traditional blue
Turkish tiles. It is absolutely stunning. We girls all had to be covered from
head to foot basically, and some of the Turkish men thought this was quite
funny and tried to take photos of us, which was really embarrassing and rude.
After the Blue Mosque we had a look at some obelisks ...

Sore feet & tired legs

A travel blog entry by tredders

1
39

... were selling a replica of the dagger in the gift shop for $1000 Lira, that's about $750 I think. Didn't get one ! The Palace overlooked the Golden Horn waterway & the Ma ramra Sea and the views were terrific. After that we slipped into rooms some empty and some full with weapons and clocks, the tile work around the palace was amazing. I reckon I could have got around in maybe an hour, BUT it took us 3 hours, due to verbage, lots ...

Day Off - Day 54

A travel blog entry by krisbolt

5

... instruments and prayings. Well known Iranian poet Rumi was often practised Sufism.
Walked back to the hotel, decided to have nap. Before having dinner then meeting a new friend for drinks. Had chat and enjoyed the view on top of the building over looking the harbour.
Not a big day, It was good to have a break, recover and start again. I am more than half way of 3 months trip.....

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Location

This hotel, 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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