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... dressed Moslems on hajj-like journeys to visit them. Religion is never far away, and clerics are at large here, so it feels almost Puratin-like.
Turkish people are open and friendly, and most speak a little English too, in this touristy section of the old city. In just a couple of blocks, you can see theBlue Mosque, the Hagia Sophia (that's Ancient Greek for " love of god"), and ...
... Horn. There were a couple of places we might have enjoyed getting off, MiniaTurk, which is a miniature version of the history of turkey, and a museum of odd things, e.g., a bi-plane and a carousel, complete with horses. But the sky was darkening, and I got cold and went inside.
We got off at the Egyptian Bazaar, aka the Spice Market. We had a ...
I had set two alarms for 4:55AM so it was a bit of a surprise to hear foot steps and then a bang bang bang on our door at 4:45AM. The planned time to leave with George was 5:30AM. Christine answered the door - George said 'Airport', Christine said'Its only 4:45PM, with the noise and light Caleb flipped over and said a loud 'SSSSHHHHHHH'. George figures it out and goes 'Oh No too early - turns and walks away'. He had not put his watch back a few ...
... has a long history being at the center of empires and has many religious and historic monuments from the Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman periods. Some of the amazing and very famous monuments we visited while in Istanbul were the Hagia Sophia, Topkapı Palace, Sultanahmet Mosque (Blue Mosque), and Basilica Cistern all located around Sultanhamet. Hagia Sophia is an architectural marvel that displays 30 million gold tiles throughout its interior, it is interesting that it ...
... steps and walkways. People today are continuing to live in these rock houses beneath the castle which somewhat reminded me of the flintstones.
Pasabag valley contains some of the most striking mushroom-shaped fairy chimneys in Cappadocia
with twin and even triple rock caps. (I could have thought of a few names for them)
On our travels we visited a ceramics factory, where we got to see a Hittite wine jug being made. Later we were allowed to watch ...