Two Americans, until recently resident in Istanbul offer an insider's look at all of Turkey, from its beautiful rugged coastline filled with ancient Greek and Byzantine ruins - featuring two of the world's most admired sites, Troy and Ephesus - to the modern nightlife and exotic shopping of Istanbul, Ankara, Antalya and more. Extensive history, culture and travel planning sections, with terrific coverage of Istanbul and environs, Black Sea and Mediterranean coasts, and first-rate advice on wonderful lodgings, exciting restaurants, where to see authentic whirling dervish performances, insider tips on how to bargain for rugs, best places to take a Turkish bath, and so much more.
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The only downside is that they close at 9 p.m. every night. Recommended.
KAKTUS, Imam Adnan Sokak No. 4, Beyoglu, Tel. 212 249 5979. Kaktus is cozy
cafe that also specializes in light European food. Lots of artists, intellectuals and
cafe and bar that mixes modern and antique decor. There is a cover charge when
they have live music, which is often jazz. If you're heading towards Taksim on
Istiklal, turn right onto Meselik Sokak just before the walled Aya Triada church.
Here are some embassies that may be of interest: •Azerbaijan: Cemal Nadir
Sokak No. 20, Çankaya, Tel. 312 441 2620 •Bulgaria: Ataturk Bulvari No. 124,
Kavakhdere, Tel. 312 426 7455, Fax: 312 4273178 •Canada: Nenehatun Cad.
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