Taksim and Kadıköy

Yesterday, we took the metro down to Taksim and walked around for a few hours. It is definitely a more tourist-y area but there were a lot of great shops and restaurants, and the architecture was really beautiful.

Fresh grapefruit juice, only 2 TL

Fresh grapefruit juice, only 2 TL





The weather here last week was beautiful; it was over 50 degrees most days. This week has been cold and rainy, but compared to home I really can’t complain about the weather here.

Today, we took a ferry over to the Asian side of the city to Kadıköy. I’ve officially been to Asia now! It was cold so we only stayed for a little while, but while we were there we walked around and checked out the shops and markets.


Not sure if this is something I’ll try…


4 thoughts on “Taksim and Kadıköy

  1. Great photos! Love the architecture in the rain.
    Amazing how a bit of lettuce garnish can make skinned sheep heads more appealing 😉

      • I am so impressed by the vivid colors and textures of what you are seeing and photographing. Even the green (fence) grill (with cats!) is so artistic – this adventure should put a few pictures on your walls in the US.

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