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... is used each winter and lets me use my shower and dishwasher in winter
Tonight is the only night on our tour where we don't have dinner included. We walk down the hill from our hotel to a local restaurant, where we could chose from the following items on the menu: roasting sheet, shepherd roasting, liver leaf, sliced brain and sliced language. We opt for kebabs.
October 12. Happy ...
... for Muslims, which is very loud from our room. We are right next to the Blue Mosque! (That's a big landmark. We will be visiting tomorrow.) The call to prayer is a real live person singing in Arabic over a loudspeaker at five different points throughout the day. So far, we have enjoyed hearing and understanding more about this very significant cultural aspect, but we'll see how we feel after the four a.m. call tomorrow morning.... Sending our love! Rach and ...
... found out what does this city is famous for. And I saw all these "seramics", looking beautiful with all those patterns and colors.
And then I get to the tower and went up to see the panoramic view of the city. It was actually not that high, I got up there and take a look outside, "Wow" it was just amazing to look at the city from a higher level. You can see those little houses with red roofs, the mosques, the sea and the bridges, it's just amazing.
After our delicious Turkish breakfast we headed to the Grand Bazaar 2.5 kilometers away. Tangled in the warren of streets we walked closer to 3.5. Along the way, Ava and Jack garnered many looks. We were once again in a sea of black haired heads. The crowds grew thicker as we approached our destination.
The construction of the Grand Bazaar began in 1455, it is one of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world. There are over ...
What an amazing city. It's 5:20 AM as I begin to write this entry and I hear a cock crowing. Istanbul is a city of 16 million and our hotel is minutes on foot to a ferry that will take us to Sultanahmet, the heart of the European section and the top tourist destination. And chickens live here amidst this centuries-old city. Amazing! After packing up our bikes, Switzerland Frieder and I took a ferry to see the major tourist attractions assuming ...