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... the tour so we dine on......you guessed it.....kabobs once again. These are very good - no hearts or liver and the pita bread is excellent. It's another "dry" restaurant so no chance to try Turkish beer yet. After lunch we head over to the Spice Market with every type of spice, tea and Turkish delight (candy) imaginable. We are offered some free samples and everything is fresh and scrumptious. This is the last stop on our tour and it is time to walk to the dock to board our ship. We ...
... Eastern European tourists which makes it a bit hideous. Istanbul is great a lovely city to spend a few days in - I would go back in a heart beat. It's easy to get around and lots to see and do and eat. It's just the right blend of old and funky and squallar and you get that sense that you're never quite sure what's round the next corner - it's been a while since I felt that. The food is amazing, from the stuff on the street to the best restraunts ...
... type meat and the other with a soft white cheese, similar to a Danish feta. It’s served in a metal or cast iron pot, with bread. Easy to make and it will be on the menu when we get home!
Next up? The Turkish Delight (Lokum) shop. A girl after my own heart, who says that Lokum can’t be eaten right after breakfast?! This stuff was amazing and has been made according to a family recipe, safeguarded for 70 years. Any flavour, any combo, you can have one of each ...
... and donkeys to take us around the site, but we opted to stay on 2 legs. Unfortunately, because of the "must explore" nature of all the facades we headed for the main one - The Monastery - in the heat of the day! 800 steps to climb after already having walked 5km or so……but we made it and it was worth it. …. even though we had the thought of the return trip in the back of our minds (reminders of Adam's Peak in Sri Lanka!) ...
... I first started by seeing Topkapi Palace, Hagia Sophia, and the Blue Mosque. All three of these sites are located right next to each other along the coast. The Hagia Sophia is an Orthodox Cathedral where many emperors of the Byzantine Empire were coronated. The Blue mosque (blue because of its blue domes) is the most famous mosque in Istanbul. Seeing both of these religious sites right next to each other is breath taking. ...