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With a knock on the door cold milk was delivered to our room; 131 in the Vault Hotel, Karakoy. English breakfast tea was made in a foreign country, with cold milk, while Toumani Diabate and Ali Farka Toure played Sabu Yerkoy on an iPad. Our day in Istanbul was beginning. There is a story of Istanbul still to write on an IPad. There were still things to do on our last day in Istanbul. But first, there is English breakfast ...
... concerned about what will occur when they have a unique occasion that they have to attend. So, they are hesitant because they just aren't sure with regards to how this will probably function. Plus they don't want to decide on a diet regime exactly where they are going to feel remorseful for from time to time dwelling their life. As one example, I might pick up a review like: "I am just interested in Nutrisystem. I investigated the menus on the site and many of the food ...
... before starting the day's adventures. The restaurant was located in a part of the city where important structures were nearby. After eating we visited our first site of the day. This site which many people think of when they think of Istanbul was Hagia Sophia. Hagia Sophia was built originally as an orthodox Christian church and then became a mosque for Muslim worshippers. For a long time now however it has acted as ...
Finally, the Blue Mosque was open to view (it is closed during prayer times and all morning on Fridays). We had to wait in a long line, and we were a bit worried that it would be closed for the next prayer before we were able to visit, but Hanifi said we would be fine (and he was right). The mosque is very open in the inside, with most of the support for the dome being done by four giant columns called “elephant legs”. The blue tiles are lovely and dark, as ...
We were to meet Izzet at noon today. Walking there, we went around a side street near the bridge and checked out a small fish market.
We crossed the bridge and chose a new route to Izzet's office. We ended up walking through a small bazaar type side street full of kitchen goods, scarfs and other Turkish keepsakes. There, we met a shop keeper who had spent 5 years living in boston and who is planning to move to Houston in a few months. When ...