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Lady Diana Hotel

24 hours in Istanbul | What to see and where to eat

What if for one reason or another you find yourself in Istanbul and you have little time to spare? An article in The Cultureist suggests some absolute musts to do to have a smattering appreciable on the modus vivendi of the city, including food of course. First address to write down is the restaurant Backyard […]

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Bugarach Peak

Mayan Prophecy 21.12.2012 | Research towards France and Turkey

The singular figure emerged from a survey conducted by Skyscanner, a flight search engine indicates that there was a 41% increase in searches for flights to the south of France and 30% to Turkey with departures before the fateful 21st of December. The research considered flights between the 14th and 20th of December compared with […]

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Sumela Monastery, Turkey

The Sumela Monastery in Turkey

To reach the Sumela Monastery you have to climb a mountain through the atmosphere of Tolkien, a deep green forest where you see low clouds, fog, undergrowth that vents moisture and rain.. The monastery is nestled in the rock and the sight is beyond imagination. The old building is so close to the edge that […]

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Myra, Turkey

Magical Myra

The Mediterranean coast of Turkey is breathtakingly beautiful and home to some of the most picturesque ruins in the world, relics of the numerous civilisations which once flourished here. Airport car hire is the best way to see it all so pick up the car at Antalya Airport and head west along the coast road. […]

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