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... is the first time I have seen childrens' stores, but the clothing was much fancier than any child would actually use more than once. There were gold shops with 18k jewelry gleaming under the lights of the market. Open stalls of nuts and fruits inspired photo opportunities. Many men were yelling "Indirim" (discount). In one shop we saw huge hanging slabs of sausage. Families were strolling through the passages, and many carried packages. ...
... jako treba harem nebo mnohozenstvi. Ale voni to nejlepsi zrusili, nebo to turistum neukazujou.
Dojeli sme teda do tej Troji. Mirka se spravne zastavila u kazdy diry do zeme a vypravela co a jak. Nejzajimavejsi zastavka byla u zdi, kde prej mel bejt jeden z vchodu do mesta. Uprostred vejkladu se na ceste vobjevila veverka. V tu ranu s vsechny kamery zamerily na to maly zviratko lidi se zacali dohadovat jestli u nas sou veverky takle veliky..jestli ten vocasek je mensi nez u ...
... some consideration agreed to come. :)
The dance was really beautiful and soothing, a different sort of experience. For nearly 30 minutes they danced in circles without stopping, getting faster and faster...a choir sung to it and a little band played the music...I can,t actually describe it...one has to see it for himself.
The next day I skipped the cable railway because of mediocre weather and took the bus to Çanakkale, next to famous Troy.
Pamukkale (cotton castle) is famous for its two-kilometre long mineral springs
of calcium carbonate spilling over the top of the cliff to form pools
and shelves. The Romans established a large spa city above the cliff
called Hierapolis, to take advantage of the healing mineral waters.
The centre of Hierapolis may have been the sacred pool which is now
the antique swimming pool with old columns and bits of marble resting
on the bottom. It is a ...
... Sinan, the Sulemaniye Camii.
The Sulemaniye Camii, too, was largely swaddled in restoration curtaining. The sanctuary, if that was what they called it, was, however, open to enter. I waited out a prayer session, then went in. The interior, too was sheathed in restoration cladding. And the whole of what remained was a mass of scaffolding which held up a false restoration ceiling that was form-fitted to the contours of the walls, preventing any sense of the mass of the interior. ...