Mavi Onur Guesthouse
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... br> Istanbul (Turkish: İstanbul) is the largest city in Turkey, constituting the country's economic, cultural, and historical heart. With a population of 14.1 million, the city forms one of the largest urban agglomerations in Europe, second largest in ...
... but doused a rich broth nevertheless. Tasty.
Kumpir is a large baked potato which they stuff with ingredients of your choosing, butter, egg plant, mushroom, etc, etc. We had these at two places but the best was from the place by the Sultanahmet tram stop, next to the McDonald's.
Gözleme is hand-rolled dough filled with various toppings, sealed, and cooked over a griddle. Lahmacun is, a round thin piece of ...
... coffee. Lastly we went to the Blue Mosque. We had to hurry because they were closing soon for prayers. On the way in we saw several men performing ablution or the ritual washing of the face, hands, and feet before prayers. We took our shoes off and the women had to cover their heads before we could enter. Once inside we took a few pictures and had a short speech from the tour guide before we had to leave. Our tour guide ...
... Whelan This beautiful piece is a selection from the theater production "Riverdance." Our soloist is Samantha Albertson. As this piece is a favorite of Randolph-Macon College’s Department of Arts Chair Joe Mattys, we sing it in his honor. Dry Bones - Spiritual, arr. Peter Gritton This is another popular African-American Spiritual. The piece is a brief tour of American music styles, including Be-bop, Big Band, Rock and Roll, Blues, and some others. The music also mimics ...
As I made my way down to Eminonu there was another prayer call so I jumped into another restored mosque. Again after prayers they started changing prayers in chorus together which I've only seen in Turkish Mosques