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... history and how it all took place. A short drive and we are there. We visit the Blue Mosque and even though we thought we were appropriately dressed the girls had to wear head scarfs and Kate a full robe and scarf. Josh was very passionate about the history and made sure he left nothing out, like how to wash before prayers, left had 3 times Right leg once, face twice ( a bit like you put your left leg in you put your left leg ...
... this event so we took advantage of the opportunity to experience dinner on the Bosphorus with people from the ship we don't know and enjoy some local wine and food.
The interesting aspect that I hope to learn more about is that Istanbul is a city that actually resides within two continents - the European side and the Asian side. I am curious to see how ...
... a soccer game in which we had no idea who was playing.
Eventually we get back to the hotel and pass out, we were so ****** up, even cunted if you will.
The next day was awesome, we basically just stayed in the room all day doing **** all, just ordering room service as usual and sleeping, we woke up and went back to sleep 3 seperate times, eventually making it downstairs for drinks about 7pm. Also watched the rousey fight on my iPad that morning, ...
... offered them the chance to learn how to make a marble effect painting. The children were so enthusiastic - and the results were amazing!
By the time we had finished it was mid afternoon and we were all hungry. I had seen a lovely, light filled restaurant where patrons sat in comfy beanbags and so we headed there for the usual traditional Turkish fare. It was delicious!
Then came the tricky part - winding our way back through ...
... streets. This is the largest undercover market in the world. It is however extremely . There are carpet stores everywhere. Along with ceramics, jewelery, leather and souvenirs, they have it all covered!!
On the way to the market we passes the Turkish bathes and a man roasting chestnuts In the street! Yum!
Some other facts about Istanbul that you may find interesting:
the name Constantinople was changed in 1930. To force people ...