And the Winner of OneTravel's Picture Yourself in Paradise Contest is....

...Jeremy Loe! His "Quiet Moment with Friends" photo stole the show, raking in the most votes and earning him a trip for two to Aruba.

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And Our Final Winner in the Tweet Your Way to Turkey Contest is...

The final winner in our Tweet Your Way to Turkey contest is Christie Wanderer Lakeland, MN.

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Turkey Travel Portrait: Basilica Cistern

The Yerbetan Cistern is the largest of several hundred cisterns that lie beneath the city of Istanbul. This massive underground chamber was built during the reign of Byzantine Emperor Justinian I in the 6th Century.

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Turkey Travel Portrait: Topkapi Palace

Origianally constructed in 1459, Topaki Palace stood as the primary residence of the Ottoman Sultans in Istanbul for nearly 400 years between 1465 and 1856.

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Treat Yourself to EDITION Istanbul, Turkey’s New “7 star” Hotel

Istanbul’s newest luxury hotel offers wood-paneled suites, a Cipriani Restaurant and a spa that takes up three floors. The Edition Istanbul appears to live up to its reputation as a “seven star” property (a claim made by one of its developers). The 78 room hotel is located in Levent, a business district populated with skyscrapers, and boasts a sleek design.

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