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... shell, they come with rice filling mixed with the meat, drenched them with lemon and swallowed them in, so much flavor. Luckily my stomach handled them well. The thing with mussels I was told is that hey absorb a lot of particles in the ocean, you just hope more of the good ones than the bad, always a risk with increasing pollution! We finished up by heading to star bucks! Still prevalent even in the land of ‘traditional tea all day’ and ‘Turkish ...
... La partie asiatique est plus résidentielle et plus populaire, mais aussi beaucoup plus conservateur: impossible de trouver une bière ou une mini jupe à Üsküdar! Sur la côte européenne, nous enchaînons mosquées, bazar aux épices, places, tours et passages très "parisiens". La mosquée de Soliman le magnifique, récemment rénovée, est particulièrement impressionante. Le dôme, supporté par seulement quatre pilliers, culmine à plus de 45 mètres.
La mosquée bleue n'est pas en ...
... le siècle dernier.
La Mosquée bleue.
La citerne de la basilique : Un grand réservoir d'eau souterrain construit au 6e siècle. Il pouvait contenir à peu près 80 000 m3 d'eau.
Le grand bazar : Une méga place avec plein de petits commerces avec toutes sortes de cossins à vendre.
La tour Gallata : Une vieille tour d'où on peut avoir des points de vue splendides sur la ville.
... Hamam rather than a tourist one, we wanted the real experience even if it meant they didn't speak any English (and it was half the price of the tourist ones). We had heard a little bit about the bath from other travellers, so we headed inside with little knowledge and open minds knowing it would be an interesting experience. As we approached the building, we got yelled at because I almost went into the men's side (men and women are completely seperated and after finishing the Hamam ...
... Square which is buzzing with activity and character and you get to watch the locals fishing off the bridge.
Basilica Cistern which we had trouble finding as it is under the city but was probably our favourite place, and is just incredible when you think it was built in the 6th century AD.
Special mention also must go to the “Big Family café” where we got our daily fix of caffeine. Nick loved it as not only did he get a super latte but it came with a ...