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... Mosque was next and on the way over, we started talking to a guy who took us into his rug showroom and started serving us tea and coffee, laying out tons of rugs. We enjoyed this and even bought a couple rugs, now hopefully they make it home! Haha, we're sure they will, we reviewed them online before we paid and they had great reviews. We made it to the Topkapi Palace first because we were told the Blue Mosque would be closed due to prayer. We walked around the outside for a bit ...
... the surrounding little village
we got to explore more and two of my clients later on commented they enjoyed
the village, its people, food and drink in spite of the delay – now that’s making
the most of adversity).
To deck 6 to see the lecture on Santorini and the Volcanic
effects that shaped the island as we know it today. Mike O’Brien gave lecture (and even though I
find him face to face a rude *******) ...
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93; слезы и мален 00;кие грязн
ступн 80;. Мы посмо 90;рели Форса 78; 7 и поеха ...
... mosques and other ancient buildings are completely breathtaking converging together to provide such a brilliant panoramic city view. As is our way, we walked the whole of the city visiting as many places as possible - you really do need a good five days to do Istanbul justice and we did all the main sights including:-
- Topkapi Palace - Graham was particularly fascinated by the Harem
- the Basilica Cistern (an absolute ...
... Istanbul, food was great, soup and a meal that usually consists of fried vegetables such as eggplant (aubergine) and peppers or potatoes served with yogurt and tomato sauce is about $3.50.
Turkish breakfast is very typical and is usually made up of bread, butter, olives, eggs, tomatoes, cucumbers, jam, honey and cheese. At hostels you usually get a mix of this and at hotels it is served as a buffet. Even McDonal’s serve a Turkish breakfast with egg, tomato, bread and ...