Tesaduf Village House (Koy Evi)

Address: Istanbul, Turkey | Hotel
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Istanbul not Constantinople

A travel blog entry by forksontheroad on Sep 08, 2014

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... you-go card, transit cards pre-loaded with some credit. Instructions for the transit, info about the neighbourhoods, wonderful anecdotes about his friends in the Nash family and some adventures from the college days. It was a wonderful wonderful evening and we're so grateful for it.

As we set out to explore the Sultanamet area the sense of wonder continued. As we stepped off the tram we were amazed at ...

Heading home after a great trip

A travel blog entry by bethamckay on Jun 30, 2014

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... The Blue Mosque operates as a mosque and so we covered up, took off our shoes and went in to see the beautiful blue tiled walls. The Hagia Sophia was built in the 4th century as a Christian church by the Romans and was converted into a mosque in 1453 after the Ottoman empire took control and then it became a museum in the 1930s. Beautiful Christian images covered up by plaster when it became a mosque are now being uncovered and restored. The ...

Day 175 - A Surprise Meeting

A travel blog entry by costin on Mar 24, 2014

... I was heading straight for Istanbul's famous Spice Market. Having come from Asia, I was actually slightly underwhelmed by the Spice Market, having built it up a lot in my mind. I definitely got a sense of Istanbul as a historic trading hub, walking through the market, but the selection of spices was fairly repetitive at each stall and it seemed to lack the energy of some of the markets that we have been to. That said, it was a very enjoyable way to start ...

All the highlights of the old town

A travel blog entry by ahartry on Oct 11, 2013

... 8220;marble doors” on the upper floor, the horizontal pieces of the cross were removed, but the holes that held the piece and the shadow, after being in place for 1000 years, remains. Also, a mahrib was added, but, as the church faces east, instead of Mecca, it is slightly off center. Finally, seraphim are painted on the ceiling, as faces in the center of wings. Even though angels are part of Islam, they cannot be depicted, so plaster stars were used to cover the faces. ...

Our 1500 Mile Train Journey Ends Today

A travel blog entry by al-karen on Aug 25, 2013

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... leaves €10 on the counter and Mom puts it back in her purse. We got a discount! He comes back out with the visa stickers, we go back to the office where the guard sticks it on our passports, stamps them and back to the train.

In our cabin we make preparation to resume our sleep when another border guard comes in to search our luggage. I open 2 of our bags, smiling all the while and my smile or Mom's disgusted look was enough to end her ...

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