Tesaduf Village House (Koy Evi)

Address: Istanbul, Turkey | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Turkish Delight!

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Nov 20, 2014

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... the night before because this time around it was simply a never ending flow of people moving from one stand to the next. We quickly understood how so many people could move through this place in a single day and while no one else bought anything else it was still some of the best people watching of the whole trip just taking in the sights and sounds up and down the aisles.

While we still aren’t sure we managed to see everything we certainly felt like ...

Too short a visit to Turkey!!

A travel blog entry by sandyandsteve on Sep 06, 2014

8 comments, 12 photos

... couldn't make it ashore but convinced Steve to go for a look as I didn't want him to miss out. Silly buggar, agreed but told me later he only went to get my fridge magnet ( I collect them wherever we go to). When he left I went to sleep flat out on the bed - the only place I could get comfortable and he was back in a couple of hours. Long story short went to the ships doctor who said I have sciatica (?) and has given me muscle relaxing tablets so am feeling much better.
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A day of mosques

A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on May 24, 2014

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... chicken there. For a drink, I ordered Turkish yoghurt drink (ayran) which tasted a bit salty. The chicken was good.

We walked on to the largest mosque in Istanbul Suleymaniye Mosque. His tomb was there too. This mosque was huge but quite elegant. The women's prayer area is literally in the back corner of the mosque. Really, the system is quite patriarchal. See pics.

On the way home Debbie had an icecream. I hoped to get a beer and we stopped by at a cute cafe. No ...

Take me back to Constantinople.....

A travel blog entry by gritttle on Jan 16, 2014

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... St. George.

At St. George's we were lucky enough to be able to sit in on a vespers ceremony. It was a half an hour long traditional Greek orthodox ceremony where the Ecumenical Patriarche came to visit for the evening service. I had never been to Greek orthodox service before but I was glad we were able to attend this one. During the entire service they chanted as they read the scriptures. Imagine singing for 30 minutes....non stop. It ...

When the Ottomans came...

A travel blog entry by imrannaser on Jul 30, 2013

... by setting out to see it right away. But, ofcourse, time took a different course and I fell onto the Grand Bazaar on the way there. Walking through the bazaar was pretty cool imagining the place perhaps a century or two ago as tradesmen and merchants traveled across the continents from Asia and Africa to come sell the products and merchandise native to their lands from far far away. And not just lands far away...the 'magic' carpets, Turkish ...

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