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... should go to etc. In the course of our conversation he said to stay away from the Taksim area. We told him that was not possible as we are staying in that area. He said that there is the possibility of conflict there at present as the Turkish people are not happy that with the Turkish Government's position with the conflict happening on its Syrian border. In particular, they are not happy that their government is doing nothing to protect their people on that border or ...
... lost illegally driving down no-car access tram lines with me in the middle of god knows where waiting for him! The hotel then allowed us to park in front of the hotel in a TINY street. Heaven knows how these people manage to park in such small spaces!
Mon 15th took a look at the Blue Mosque and, ...
Today we had a special treat: a walking tour on the Asian side of Bosphorus with Olga from Delicious Istanbul (deliciousistanbul.com).
The day started with a ferry ride to the much less touristy Asian side of the Bosphorus - Istanbul being the only city straddling 2 continents.
The ferry provided lovely views back to the old city in the morning sunshine.
Once we arrived in Kadakoy, it was immediately (and pleasantly) apparent how much ...
... I told my doctor that I love local markets. She told me I should make the trek out to the one in Yeşilköy. It is a bit far but not problem on public transit. We couldn't find the dolmus bus she said would take us into the market from the metro stop so we jumped in a taxi.
We walked into the hubbub and Gözleme was steaming on large griddles. We had one with cheese filling.
Yeşilköy means green ...
It was our final day in Istanbul today and we saw what is probably the biggest attraction in Istanbul, the Topkapi palace. It was a spectacular place. It houses some of the most valuable jewels of the Ottoman empire plus a whole bunch of other interesting things including weapons and clothing from various periods when the palace was occupied. The outbuildings were beautiful and all the colourful ceramics used to decorate the insides of the buildings are really ...