The Camlica Residence
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... as the Turkish Versailles with its 4.5 tonne chandelier! (more pics) Caught funicular up to Taksim Square and walked down thru busy mall to the Galatia Bridge where we caught the tram back to our side of the Bosphorus.
Thoroughly enjoyed our time in Istanbul.
... from around 10:30 till 6. This allowed me to discover many parts of Istanbul that I would never find, there are many small little restaurants, cafes and stores hidden away in back alleys. Once the boat arrived at Princess Island I got get off and had some lunch and a wandered around before getting onto the boat and heading back. On the way back I decided to depart close ...
... spot. The waiters couldn't speak any English and when Steve ordered a beer, he was informed that it was Ramadan and no beer was to be had. Strangely enough, the restaurant next door had a group of Koreans quite happily drinking their body weight of Amber liquid but we'd already ordered our food so we couldn't back out now. Then out came the chicken fajitas and chicken salad for our last authentic Turkish meal.
Thank you, Turkey, and good night. It's been a blast. Tomorrow, Prague!
The Prince's Islands (see extract)
"The Princes’ Islands (Kızıl Adalar or just Adalar) are a chain of nine rather small islands in the Sea of Marmara. They evolved from a place of exile during the Byzantine era, to a popular destination for tourists and Istanbulites alike to escape the hectic city life for a day. Of those nine islands, only four of them are open to the public: BŁyŁkada, the biggest and most popular, Burgazada, ...
... takes pictures--because its one of the most beautiful things on this planet. There's also a nice restaurant and snack bar right there so you can sip on some super delicious Turkish black tea and relish in the pure gorgeous-ness of the Bosphorus. Did I mention that it was a lovely, sunny day? =)
Then Dr. Ryder decided he wanted us to sing for the people of Istanbul. Oscar helped us out and asked a local ...