Cities along Turkey’s Black Sea have converted their waterfront areas into parks and promenades.
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The shady pedestrian passageways in downtown Dushanbe, Tajikistan invite locals and visitors to take it easy. In Turkey, like in Iran, roadside picnicking is a common sight and municipalities have set up areas where people can break out their picnic baskets.
They reminded us of similar middle-of-street green-canopied walkways in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.“Why would you stay in a hotel? We made good use of these green areas along the shoulder to have lunch along the way and to admire the Black Sea.
On our weekly rest days, when we rambled into cities and found a hotel room where we could sleep in a bed and hang our laundry, we sought out those quiet giants. Before 2016, we would leave our backpacks in the hostel and, with explore-the-world enthusiasm, we would hurry around to see the main sites, the buildings worth seeing, the local hangouts, the things guidebooks recommended.
Now, with greater frequency, we gravitate towards open spaces, parks, and other places where we could get our much-needed dose of flowers, trees and green things.
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