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This Blog is dedicated to LemonLady who loved Istanbul so much.
Rest in Peace

22 comments:

Anonymous said...

A fitting dedication to a magnificent lady who made Istanbul special to so many of us. Thanks for remembering her!

Anonymous said...

nice blog, very good suggestions, useful when i am plannning my first trip to Istanbul

Maxine said...

Hi, Did something happen to Lemon Lady? She is the one who gave me inspiration as well as excellent information when I traveled to Turkey 3 years ago as a single senior female.

Alper said...

Hi Maxine,
Sorry to sya but she passed.. We all miss her

Στέλιος said...

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Thanks,
James

Alper said...

Hi James,
Sure you can.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

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Regards

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Jackeline said...

Hello,

Dear blogger, I visited your website is excellent, I would love to have it in my links on my web page sites of Istanbul, so my visitors can visit you too.

And you ask me a link to my websites and so benefit both more visits.

I await your response.

Regards

Jackie Silva

Alex T said...

Hello!

My name is Alex and I am very glad that I stumbled into your blog! Here is why.

I am the co-founder of a site that is called Dopios (www.dopios.com) and its mission is to connect travelers with locals,or people who know a location well, for unique and authentic experiences and advice. You definitely seem to know the right people in Istanbul.

We started from Athens, Greece and we are now expanding in many more locations. Dopios was also recently featured on a BBC documentary (http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/fast_track/9745758.stm) as a great initiative in tourism along side the Greek Minister of Tourism!

We are very new (we’ve been around for 2 months), but we are growing extremely fast. One of our next cities is Istanbul, and I wanted to get in touch to see if you can help us find great locals who can offer unique experiences and tailored advice to people visiting.

If you are interested please shoot me an email.

With appreciation,
Alex

gator100 said...

Glad to find your blog. May be you can help me finding a street where my Mother lived during WWI. In her travel diary (when she went back in the sixties)the address is Calleocugulluck 97. I can't find it on the map.

Thanks for your help.

Looking forward to see Beyoglue in 2 weeks.

Alp said...

Dear Gator100,
According to Turkish pronounciation of this word, I think it is Kayncu Kulluğu str. near beyoğlu. Put this address into googlemaps search w/o quotes:
"Kalyoncu Kulluğu Caddesi, 97, Beyoğlu, Istanbul, Türkiye"

gator100 said...

Hello Alp,
I think you found the right street. My Mother went to the German School, which is not far from there. We will visit the street when we are in Istanbul next week.
Thank you so much. You made my day.

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