Celal Aga Konagi Hotel
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... to find out where she is heading!
After coffee, we walked around downtown Istanbul. Tons of people asked us where we were from, then exclaimed "oh Obama" with excitement or talked about people they knew who had moved to the US. It was pretty amazing how many people showed such genuine excitement—one guy even invited us into his leather shop for free tea so he could practice his English and talk about how his son lives ...
... goes more smoothly than his trip over here. We will miss having Ron here. We enjoyed his company so much.
Today, since we are back in Istanbul, Dennis and I contacted Guzin and arranged for her to meet us and take us to the Spice market and the the archeological museum. The Spice market is only 2 streets long and filled with stalls selling of course, spices, jewelry, scarves etc. ...
A few evenings earlier I was making a papers mache peach for my kid - he or she is going as David (aka James and also the huge peach) as his 'bookweek' persona, and although I used to be creating the 'glue' from white-colored flour and drinking water, the idea of taking in that white colored starchy goop like many people do day-to-day such as cereals, loaves of bread, and noodles taught me to think extended and tough about our present foods versions. The wholesome food pyramid ...
... what they say about that! The day after Ephesus, we came back to the Greek Islands and stopped at Mytilene. We walked up to the old fort when we got off the ship because it was the highest point we could see. For a small entry fee, we were able to walk into the underground crypts and cisterns and the fort gave us a great view of the harbor and town. Not a whole lot happening in the town so after walking through a few streets, we went back to the ...
... the upcoming election was to the residents of Istanbul (if the recent protests hadn't already) as political banners and flags greeted us at every turn. We found ourselves on Istiklal Street through a mixture of design and luck and picked our way through the crowds along Istanbul's answer to Oxford Street. When we made it to Taksim square, we stopped for a while to take it all in, before finding a bar. We weren't stuck for choice, but it was ...