Mevlana Hotel

Akbiyik Caddesi No:75 Sultanahmet, Fatih, Istanbul, 34140, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

    Interesting Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by ashlynandtyler on Aug 25, 2014

    1 comment, 64 photos

    ... much about Istanbul’s rich history. Pervin took us to the Hippodrome, Sultanhamet mosque, Hagia Sophia and the Basilica Cistern. After the history lesson, Pervin asked if we wanted to go see a carpet weaving demonstration and view some fine Turkish carpets. We replied with and emphatic, "yes!" and she led us to the Istanbul Handicraft Center. The presentation was extremely impressive. So much so, that between the flying carpet (see picture below) ...

    Here and there

    A travel blog entry by maccanat29 on May 26, 2014

    4 comments, 27 photos

    Yesterday, travelling by ferry, we headed up the Bosphorous River on a 2 hour 'look-see' cruise. Nothing fancy, AU$5 a pop. There are a number of operators and the river is criss-crossed with public transport ferries too. We get onto the boat and walked up the stairs to the shaded upper deck. There is cushioned seating all around the outside of the upper deck. This is expected. Normal. Usual. The other 200 chairs? Well, not quite what I was expecting! Plastic ...

    Exploring the European side of Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Feb 28, 2014

    1 comment, 65 photos

    ... by the mosques if you ask them nicely), which I intend on reading on the road if I get the chance, or when I arrive back to Australia at best. I think it is always wise to read and learn as much about different religions as you can; that way it’s easier to see from someone else’s perspective, and to make informed decisions and stand points about important and controversial issues.

    When Cem left we were able to look around the Hagia Sophia at our leisure. ...

    Folk Music of Greece and Turkey

    A travel blog entry by madtram93 on Jan 17, 2014

    ... br> -turkou create local music via anonymous songs
    -ashick newer folk music and write their own songs
    -turkou sing classic songs and sometimes rehash them
    -folk music contains real life events or folk lore
    -95% of folk music has lyrics
    -Turkish instruments: tambur, 7 string instrument, pear shaped, light and easy to have
    -baklamalou, popular in modern Turkey, light and ...

    Ceramics and Carpets

    A travel blog entry by belinda-ben on Oct 16, 2013

    10 photos

    ... a prayer call from each mosque.

    From here we headed to Basilica Cistern, it is one of the largest ancient cisterns that lie beneath the city of Istanbul. The cistern has the capacity to store 100,000 tons of water, despite being virtually empty today with only a few feet of water lining the bottom.

    We decided to have a pretty early night as we had a big day ahead of us tomorrow, not before picking up some Turkish delight to ...