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... 336 large columns and arches to support the space.
The Grand Bazaar dates back to the 15th Century. It is one of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world covering 54,653 square meters, 60 streets, 5000 shops. It is extremely busy with approx. 250,000 visitors per day. We walked around in there for about an hour and found that Omar was correct when he said that you can get lost...the ...
... and ornately painted domed ceilings...so exquisite! Hard to capture in photos. We also went underground to look at a mosaic walkway and later a huge cistern. This city is full of wonders. Istanbul...Constantinople...Byzantium whatever name it has had...what an amazing history! Today is the first day of Ramazan (Ramadan)...big preparations have been underway this ...
... about traveling... all the interesting people I meet from around the world.
It was delightful just strolling down the pier, enjoying the quiet and the sea and the beautiful flowers. No crazy traffic to deal with. No bustling crowds to maneuver through. Everyone was lazily walking the streets just enjoying this wonderful little space. The first day was cloudy and cool but that did not stop Max from playing on the beach. ...
... 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 ...
... 20 mins to get in. Everyone had to wear long trousers/ skirts and have their shoulders covered, the women have to cover their heads and as you entered remove your shoes , plastic bags were provided to put them in, we did see one chap with the bags tied on his feet! The blue mosque has 6 minarets, the courtyard is the largest of all the Ottoman mosques and the blue tiles that decorate the interior number tens of thousands, it is ...