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... We were provided with bags in which to put our shoes upon entering. It was quite busy with tourists, and a few people saying their prayers. It would have been nice to have a little longer to explore the amazing decorations of the interior. We used the little "whisperers" so the guide could give us information while we were inside. It also enabled us to keep track of her when we moved away to take photos. The Hippodrome was adjacent to ...
... Syria. Greece got an area in the Southwest. Now these were a people who had lost so many of their young men. Ataturk rallied all the people and, the French and the Italians, said, "Ok. Sorry. You keep it." And left. But the Turks and Greeks fought. Old men, women and children, as well as the soldiers. Turkey won. 16 million people live in Istanbul. 77 million in Turkey. 99% Muslim. Turkey is a secular country. It has no official religion. People are free to practise or not. However, ...
... Bosphorus and Faith Sultan Mehmet..This cruise was quite interesting and with great vantage points to see the many different landmarks and regions in the area.
After the cruise, the tour brought us back to the Takism area where we walked back to our hotel. Carol and Peter had us join them as their guests in the Concierge Lounge for snacks and drinks before taking time for some relaxation before dinner.
... are lots of flags around and statues of Ataturk everywhere. Yesterday we celebrated their 4th of July with them. They also call it Children's day because Ataturk loved children and saw them as the future of the country. So there were lots of celebrations, flag waving, ceremonies and people enjoying the holiday. Max had to buy a turkish flag with Ataturk's picture on it. In fact he and I just got done with our own little parade ...
... like an even crappier version of KFC (if that’s possible) from the outside, but on a back street just off the main drag, Farooj al Zaeem served the creamiest smoothest hummus and the smokiest eggplant dip ever!! The fetteh was an interesting layered and textural dish with chickpeas and fried pita, but a bit rich for us. It was worth the trip just for the dips though! We walked off our rich lunch by doing the length of Istiklal Caddesi all the way up to Taksim square, a hub ...