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« Reply #20 on: January 21, 2007 06:10:08 PM »

I used to have this puzzle ring that I got a shop across the street from our apartment and cant find them anywhere.. does anyone know where I could find one?

If you google "puzzle ring" you can find tons of them, but most of them are $300 gold and platinum rings!  I'm sure you can find one on ebay...

I lived in Istanbul for 7 years when I was younger, and I absolutely LOVED it!!  I went to IICS when it was still at the Rumeli Hisar campus.  I'm actually going back in February to visit my best friend and I CAN'T WAIT!!!!!!!!!  And it's almost time for my 10 year high school reunion, too...I wonder if anyone will organise anything...

And I found a fantastic website FULL of turkish recipes!

http://www.geocities.com/ftcookery/recipe_index.htm

There is a great Turkish restaurant here in Columbus, Ohio called Cafe Istanbul (it's at Easton), and it's really the best Turkish food outisde of Turkey that I've ever had.

Oh, by the way, are there any IICSers here on craftster?  I'll be coming to visit the new campus in February...ooooh yea!
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