Sumahan on the Water
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"Café sous les arbres"
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... bit. Thankfully Philip had the patience of a saint, and said he was enjoying himself! Think he deserves a medal.
That evening we found another wonderful restaurant with a gorgeous waiter called Ihsan, who really made our evening. Fortunately though he didn’t see Tony trying to cut up their dessert plate! We so enjoyed our last day in Istanbul and will take so many memories of this amazing city with us. Off to Singapore ...
... there, writing and drawing in my journal, I would glance up and down sometimes to people watch. A lot of people starred at us (I mean it was a strange sight; we were four white girls reading books, writing and laughing) but what I observed was kind of interesting. Yes men would glance at us but it was the young girls that would stare in awe. I even caught one girl, about 15, covered head to toe, not take her eyes from us as she walked past, ...
I don't count my first day's outing, which was just to Taksim square on the Metro, and a walk down Istiklal Street ( one of the main shopping streets off Taksim) Taksim was just a big empty square with a park/gardens in the middle, and nothing really special, and shops are just shops.
No, my first bite of the elephant that is Istanbul was a 3 section trip to the Sultanahmet area, where the palaces and great ancient churches and mosques that Istanbul is famous ...
... cistern, there were two sculptured Medusa heads, one is upside down and the other is on her side. That is where Dan Brown ended the suspense of his story. We spent an afternoon visiting Topkapi Palace and Chora Monastery. Both places have lots of fantastic art work and historical relics and definitely deserve more time than we had. We need to return to Istanbul and spend more time in this great city. From Istanbul we flew a short time to Izmir, the 3rd biggest city in Turkey. ...
... to be able to see them and to see how the other half (used to) live. To come to Istanbul and never visit the famous Taksin Square seems all wrong, so we caught the modern cable car (the Turks call it a funicular railway, which it isn't) up the hill to the square. On emerging, we saw a huge concreted area, totally unattractive. "What's all this about?" we wondered. Wandering a few hundred metres we came into a large and beautiful parkland area with large ...