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Morning left hotel around 8am. From Gare Du Nood station direct to Brusseles Airport by train just Euro 8.50. Breakfast at nice & cosy breakfast bar, then on Turkish airline arrived at Istanbul, Turkey. 3 hr flight. Disciplined mayhem as expected. Traffic jams, narrow steep roads. After about 2 to 3hours drive arrived at hotel Golden Horn, …
... is supported by four pillars fondly called "elephant feet" and are 5 metres in diameter.
It can hold 10,000 people there to pray.
there ate three levels divided in to areas for men then women and then women with young children.
it was an interesting visit but again you are left wondering about the great religion divide and what makes people behave the way they do?
We left the mosque and headed to the Grand Bazaar. In the Bazaar there ...
... concerned about what will occur when they have a unique occasion that they have to attend. So, they are hesitant because they just aren't sure with regards to how this will probably function. Plus they don't want to decide on a diet regime exactly where they are going to feel remorseful for from time to time dwelling their life. As one example, I might pick up a review like: "I am just interested in Nutrisystem. I investigated the menus on the site and many of the food ...
... industrial tools - and they filled the footpath making it really hard to even walk down the street. Plus dodging all the crazy drivers - we were lucky to even survive the walk! After Gary was feeling better (which was about 2.30pm) we decided to mission it to the Blue Mosque. We took the tram instead of walking to save Gaza and our legs... Only took about 10minutes. Thankfully because it was a Monday the place wasn't quite as ...
... 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 ...