Sumahan on the Water
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"Café sous les arbres"
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Thank you Özkan! We had such a great time with you in Istanbul. You made our stay an unforgettable one! We will miss you...
... the Bazaar. Signage isn't great in Istanbul, or I'm just not looking, but I walked up and down that street 4 times before I saw the entry. This Museum housed mosaics that were uncovered only recently. Essentially the city had built up over them and they were lost.
Everyone knows about Italian Gelato, but Turkey seems to take it to a whole new level, it's entertainment. This is a short video I took: https://www.dropbox.com/s/0kskztx7wppqs ...
... know where our hotel was. We were glad we had an agreed price before we left as he had to keep on stopping and yelling out at people in coffee shops asking directions. It was quite funny. Eventually we found our place and moved in. It is very basic but really close to all the main attractions. We could walk to them all. After a little bit of internet searching we set off. First stop the blue mosque where they were about to pray. Then we walked through the hippodrome where we found ...
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Arts festivals were established at the end of the 20th century, while infrastructure improvements have produced a complex transportation network. Approximately 11.6 million foreign visitors arrived in Istanbul in 2012, two years after it was named a ...
Istanbul offers many amazing places to visit, all steeped in history. We made our way to them, over the past few days....along with the visitors from the cruise boats and the many "locals" who have a break at this time of year. We find the trams are very easy to manage, although very crowded at peak times, understandably, but very frequent, so if one is too full, another comes along in no time. Today we ...