On our way to the bus station at Taksim we encountered some traditional dancing - which is actually done by men in Turkey! Complete with finger cymbals.
Some "official" people opened the door and went inside - we had just a minute to peek inside. Looks nice! I hope it will be opened to visitors in the future.
If you have a nice amphitheatre... build a mosque in the middle. Because logic.
Going on to the Sakıp Sabance museum - unfortunately there was no special exhibition like the last time. But it's nice anyway, also in the park.
On the bus ride back we dozed off for a while...
I was still very full from lunch, but some people apparently never get enough.
There's also a gigantic construction site that has been there for years. Looking through the fence I found that they still had a lot of work to do.
We only had a few seconds to find shelter behind the nearest wall.
Fortunately the worst was over after a few minutes and we were only half soaked after running to the hotel.
A change of clothes and a little rest later we went out for dinner at a nice Russian restaurant I had discovered on Instagram - just to find out that it had closed! It was another bummer on this trip... so we went shopping and eating cake instead.
At least we took the opportunity to show off our new shoes from Dogo that we had bought here on Saturday.
Then we sat in the hotel lobby for a long time and used the faster Internet connection there. No new adentures this night!