Istanbul, Turkey for tea.

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Ceiling of the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul...

Turkey Istanbul, Ivy House

In front of The New Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul, Turkey

Istambul, Turquie

#Market at #Egyptian Spice Bazaar, Istanbul, Turkey


vvv Eminönü, Istanbul

It is one of the oldest Istanbul hamams dating back to Selim II’s era. The bath section was built by the famous Ottoman architect, Sinan, in 1584. A visit to Çemberlitaş hamam can be one of the best Turkish bathing experiences under the huge dome. Try to plan your visit on a sunny day, so that you can get to lay on the göbektaşı, the large hot central stone, while the sunlight beams stream through the holes of the dome ceiling.

The Bosphorus Villages of Arnavutköy, Turkey. Love!

Rooftop at Hotel Ibrahim Pasha in Istanbul - love the tiles

Textile-lovers, take note: Tulu Textiles is where in-the-know stylesetters score the dreamiest pillows, linens, and fabric in Istanbul.

Beyoglu, Istanbul, Turkey

My favorite stairs in Istanbul. Komando Stairs.

Bali Part II via A House in the Hills

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Saint Tropez ~ amazing