Green Park Bostanci
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... rooms and pavilions set around a marble pavilion and a pool. Wonderful views overlooking the Golden Horn are to be had from here, but strong November winds accompanied by intermittent drizzle made that a bit of a challenge.
Within the Topkapi palace complex is the wonderful Istanbul Archeological Museum and its proximity and reputation made it the next logical destination. The brain child of archeologist and artist Osman Hamdi Bey, it houses a wealth of artifacts from ...
... This was yet another beautiful city, filled with blue and green-tiled old buildings from the days of the Silk Road, and some of the most delicious foods in central Asia. You’d never know it, since it is very dangerous to be seen as a Muslim there, but Ramadan had begun. A few people went to the mosque on
Friday, and we joined them to see the historic building. We got to see a special police detachment at the mosque to listen to ...
I didn't watch the flick but read 'Burn Down the Ground' by Kambri Crews from Kindle Fire. The author is CODA and her deaf parents were from Oklahoma but lived in Ft. Worth area. So far so good book. I downloaded several books in my KF for my trip. The dinner service was not bad. Just too much foods for me. And I had not gone to the john. Excuse me, if pleasant vacations had a devil, constipation would be it! :-/
... was then on to the Spice Bazaar through the market place that we drove Jabula through...what were we thinking!! The Spice Bazaar was just as crazy, the whole city almost vibrates with energy I love it! There were spices, nuts, teas and sweets floor to ceiling. I didn't think I liked Turkish delight but turns out I LOVE it.
By now it was time for a quick (and very tasty) dinner before out hammam. As Turkey is a muslim country there were separate men and ...
... to the upper floor (the mosques during Sultan times had ramps instead of stairs because unfortunate souls had to carry the sultan up and down) and had a look at some of the original Christian mosaics. A group of twenties-something guys were also up there, along with several other people. After a few minutes, one of the guys came up to me, “May I have a photo with you?” Uh, ok? Would you like me to give you my autograph, too? I felt like a celebrity! It was the ...
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