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... approached by a guy who said he wanted to show us his shop, obviously we didn't really pay attention but lo and behold, he was right there when we got out of the cistern. So with reluctance from TL, Kevin followed him and he ended up being this really nice guy who never once asked us to purchase something. But in Kevin fashion we sat there talking for 30 MINS. We finally made it to the Grand Bazaar with a million shops. After that we found a quaint little ...
... we have a few different sounds around us. Once the trams are in full swing through the day we noted that they go past every 90 seconds & they are articulated - about 3 carriages, transport seems very efficient but then again with approx 15million populous in Istanbul alone it would have to be. Turkey became a Republic in 1923 with a Pop now of 75million ,90% of Muslim. There are over 3000 Mosques here in Istanbul. Picked up 7.50 for our day tour of ...
Me, Mom and Dad went to breakfast and Jack stayed back and made himself eggs. We did homework in the room and played on the iPads. Me and Jack had left overs while Mom and Dad went out to eat on the streets. We all walked up the big hill and started ...
... check the Grand Bazaar off our list so from there we moved on to another Turkish experience that was an absolute must on our trip. A vigorous scrub down at an ancient Hamam or Turkish Bath. Originally we had planned for a sort of semi-luxurious half spa massage and half Turkish Bath experience at our hotel but they were completely booked so we instead decided to go all in and head to one of the oldest Hamam’s in Istanbul, the Suleyamaniye Hamam. Built in 1557 this ...
... had to remove their shoes. The headscarf was made of a slippery material and would not stay on my head, so it was difficult to keep it on and take photos. The Blue Mosque was beautiful, but we did not get enough time there to explore. We then travelled to the Grand Bazaar where we watched a carpet weaving demonstration and tried Turkish apple tea (yum!) Caffeine was required at that point so we stopped at a cafe across the road before battling the crowds in the ...