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... are eating, even up here in the mountains, the call to prayer goes out, this one makes us smile, it really must be the worst sound quality ever. Off we go again, the road is very dusty and makes everything feels gritty, eventually we hit a surfaced road again, at a junction a chap in a wagon asked us directions, amazingly we were able to help and pointed him in the direction for Yedigoller. Before long we were back on the motorway, all ...
... bought a purse here 3 years ago so I went back to the same store to find another purse. I found exactly what I had been looking for. So I made that purchase. The aromas that fill the Spice Market are absolutely delightful. I could spend all day there just inhaling the fragrances from the spices.
The archeological museum is very close to the Spice Market so we walked. The ...
... for money; 85tl (around £22) for the 3 day pass or 115tl (around £30) for the 5 day pass. The Museum Pass allows you free entry into all the main attractions in Istanbul as well as giving you discounts on many other things.
During my time in Istanbul I visited the Basilica Cistern, the Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace, Hagia Sophia, Istanbul Archaeological Museum and the Mosaic Museum. I would hugely recommend visiting all of these, ...
... 1636, is one of the last examples of classical palace architecture. Colorful ceramic glazed tiles cover the interior and exterior walls, floor and ceiling and colored glass comprises the windows. Any angle you choose to look, you see decorative detail. It is open and airy with large sofa platforms for taking tea, a metallic free standing stove, a gift from King Louie, is in the center of the room, mother of pearl tortoise-shell ...
... this city was hills. We coped with the mayhem of people and traffic, we coped with the fact at each turn there was another maze of places to go, we even coped with arduously hunting down a good coffee. What we didn’t cope with was walking up Mount Everest, down Mount Everest, and back up Mount Everest to do it all. But each new place provided something quirky or expressive. The sounds of this city were as inspiring and striking as the look. The call to prayer vibrated ...