Travel Tales: Burgazada, Turkey

March 27, 2008
by findingDulcinea Staff
A ferry ride away from the frenetic bustle of Istanbul, the Princes’ Islands lie in the Sea of Marmara, a haven where cars are banned and life moves at a top speed of 10 kilometers per hour. The archipelago has hosted Byzantine-era prisoners, monks, Leon Trotsky and Marc Chagall.

Anchors Aweigh, Motors Away


Mark Twain Couldn’t Have Said it Better Himself

Heavenly Vistas

The entrance to St. John the Baptist
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