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... so many playgrounds here. And nice playgrounds with swings and jungle gyms and things to climb on and play in. They're all colorful and seem well kept. It's great to see so frequently. We walked a bit around the neighborhood. Lots of cute little shops right along the water. We walked back and saw the wedding party boarding a large cruise ship. So fun! We watched the fishermen catch fish as the sunset. We've seen so many fishermen here and none ...
... Not sure I'd trust it though. As usual sweets, silk scarves, plates, all on offer.
Time for a late lunch at Galata Bridge. That's where the fishermen fry fish on the dock and throngs of people come for fresh fish sandwiches - cheap. But, no, Frank needed a whole fried fish, like we get in Mexico, so we have our choice of fancy fish restaurants that seem to stretch the length of the bridge, sitting ...
... with the civil war in Syria and unrest in most of the middle East, the tour trucks had all but stopped and the owner was doing it pretty tough. As sick as everyone was, we tried to put as much money over his bar as we could. The owner kept asking if we knew when the next expedition truck was coming through, but sadly we didn’t know, and with all the unrest with Turkeys neighbours I don’t see how this small Aussie / Kiwi icon that has been open for 20 ...
... fourth imperial mosque in the city following the Fatih, Beyazit and Selim I mosques, though it not the largest, it is considered by most to be the grandest. The Suleymaniye was designed by Mimar Sinan, the most talented of all imperial architects who is said to have spent his entire professional life trying to design a mosque to match the magnificence and beauty of Aya Sofya. Just as the builders of Aya Sofya, Sinan used the technique of concealed pillars ...
... clear from speaking to our hosts, that they actually owned quite a lot of the most up and coming establishments in Istanbul, and luckily for us, that meant that on the same day we were offered a Bosphorus view table at one of their amazing restaurants 360Istanbul. It was here we saw the other side of this city, with all it’s high-end dining, cocktails, house music and surprisingly enough Burlesque dancing! A really ...
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