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first stop was Turkish delight - not the chocolate coated stuff, the real deal. The shop we visited has been in business for over 230 years!!! We tried 3 different flavours - pistachio, mastic and rose. The Rose was my fav still, and not too sweet. From there we headed to Ciya Restaurant where they make traditional Turkish food, and the menu changes daily. We have Meze dishes - eggplant in yoghurt, parsley dip and red pepper spread...with fresh bread. Followed by ...
... metal hull of a ship almost within arms reach. Turn your head the other way and little fishing boats are being separated by the ferry sailing through their midst, causing a lot of rocking and rolling for them. ( There's no way I would be on them!) The cruise took about 90 minutes to reach Anadolu Kavagi where we walked up to Castle Yoros. The castle is ...
... made our way to the Istanbul Archaeology Museums, a collection of three museums established by the Ottomans as an imperial museum in the late 1800s to showcase the artifacts found (/taken but protected) as the empire had spread. The museums now feature Ottoman artifacts, as well. The whole complex was outstanding, and it was almost overwhelming how much there was to see. The highlights for us personally, though, were the excellent exhibit on Istanbul ...
... in the gloom, big and
fat and odd looking. For centuries, locals living above used to fish and
collect their water in buckets dropped through holes in the floor, it remained
just a story until recently and restored only around 30 years ago.
We are eating a lot of kebap – similar to that found in
Australia, but on a plate with rice or yogurt and salad, or in a bread roll
with lettuce and pickled chili. Lots of tea, and apple ...
... recommended the best wine, appetizers, and dishes! The sea bass was amazing, besides the fact I met him outside the restaurant first:( Kaitlin and I also tried the traditional Turkish after dinner drink, Ritka (it tasted like absents with soda water...ahhhh). When we returned back to the Four Seasons my dad I immediately yelled with glee, "WE ARE HOME", to have all the staff turn and look. We were home:) and went back out to the patio for one last night cap before we left the next ...