Grand Emin Hotel
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... exclusively made up of shops selling handbags and shoes, and most of them had between 30 and 70 percent discounted prices.
Another level had about 50 shops selling only children's clothing and accessories.
There were only a few people wandering around when I arrived just after 10 am, but it was starting to get a bit busier as I was leaving around midday. Oh, and I didn't even spend a single Turkish Lira there on my unshopping spree.
Walking around is hard work so ...
... pagoda-looking boats that were floating kitchens! They were docked and there were seats and tables just off of them where you could eat. The boats were rocking so much I have no idea how they handled the huge cooktop. We were not having luck with street food though, so we found a cafe and had salad and pizza instead. The ferry here also offers a long and short "tour" along the Bosphorus and since the long one drops you off by the Black Sea and brings you back later we opted ...
... and 3 000 shops. It is reported that between 250 000 and 400 000 people visit the Bazaar daily. In 2014, it was listed as the number one most visited tourist attraction in the world. About 60 shops in, Jack started asking "when are we leaving?" KC also had enough, not surprisingly as much of the merchandise appeared to come from the markets of Beijing, Hong Kong and Vietnam with a price tags reflecting transportation costs. Jack and KC left ...
... We stayed on the European side but traveled to the other.
... floor to the underside of the dome. It even if the major church in Israel, surpassing it by simply adding on additional column (47 as opposed to 46).
After visiting St Sophia we were taken to a business and observed hour Turkish carpets / rugs are made. There was a reasonable amount of pressure applied to us to purchase some rugs. They ranged in price from about $1,000 to $37,000. After that we visited the Grand Bazaar, which is one ...