Ikbal Deluxe Hotel Istanbul
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... Culinary Adventure, we started by going to the shops of Kurtuluş as we gather our ingredients. I learned how to cook 6 turkish meals, some of them including Circassian chicken, stuffed eggplant from Southeastern Turkey, Aegean-style mincemeat pastries. after we prepared lunch we open a bottle of rakı, the traditional liquor of Turkey, and celebrate ...
... into dark holes they had in their basements.
I decided to tackle the Grand Bazaar this afternoon. It is huge and I was almost immediately lost. All the alley's look the same and seemed to sell the same stuff. It all looked pretty touristy to me, but need to go back as haven't had that quintessential experience of a carpet seller hassling me yet.
Dinner tonight, less eventful, kebab type thing again near the hostel, tea was 1 lire tonight - won't be going back ...
... that I was dazzled. My taboos were clarified and what came before as ideas ready, full of unwarranted connections between Islam, terrorism, violence, war, sexism, submission, today I see solidarity, faith, discipline, protection, care, cleaning, worship, prosperity and above LOVE everything. I could see, feel and live. I'm feel emotion to hear five times a day mosque’s sound of the call to time of prayer. No, I didn’t become Muslim (yet), but today ...
... about the hotel we were staying at and the way we had been treated so far, we woke up to no running water in our room. So without having a shower, we headed down to breakfast. We were pleasantly surprised to meet a man named Emre who straight away came over and introduced himself as our guide for the rest of the trip. He immediately came across as very friendly, helpful and well experienced so we relaxed a little. We were now in safe hands. We spent just about the entire day on the ...
... the Lear jet. My favorite car was the Messerschmitt KR200 (AKA the coffin car, because the door was hinged on the roof line). The kids had fun in the hands-on workshop – repeatedly creating bubbles large enough to encase themselves and learning how to build arches the way the Etruscans and Romans did with a keystone and voussoirs.
We took a ferry to the museum, located on the banks of the Golden Horn. Between the ferry and the museum was a big ...