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... he took some video of outside and the interior, we swopped cards, he works in media, maybe we will be featured in a local programme!
Whilst this is all happening, Les is again trying to find the fault on the oven. Later in the afternoon I take a walk over to the car show, some people have gone and the rest have moved their cars into a large circle, the men are still taking photographs, I get some strange looks as I take some photos,just for all you guys following ...
... Istanbul was hot and humid but we were able to visit the following:
- The Rustem Pasa mosque built in the 16th century by the Grand Vizier to Sultan Suleyman the magnificent. A little treasure, it is famous for its Iznik floral designed tiles.
- The nearby Spice Bazaar, which is smaller than the Grand Bazaar and - in addition to the inevitable souvenir stalls - features spices, teas, dried fruits and sweet treats. Following ...
... important one is Hagia Sofia, is Unique, thats the perfect definition, nothing in the world looks like Hagia Sofia.
In this area, all for tourist you can see i believe 5 different mosques, but this two are my favorite without doubt.
- Rustem Pasa
- Eyüp Meydani
... but doused a rich broth nevertheless. Tasty.
Kumpir is a large baked potato which they stuff with ingredients of your choosing, butter, egg plant, mushroom, etc, etc. We had these at two places but the best was from the place by the Sultanahmet tram stop, next to the McDonald's.
Gözleme is hand-rolled dough filled with various toppings, sealed, and cooked over a griddle. Lahmacun is, a round thin piece of ...
... the church interior was cold enough for me to see my own breath while singing. It was a bit hard to stay in sync as a choir in St. Antoine's, because Taylor was hard to hear on the songs he accompanied us on. The large space also required our entrances to be even more distinct, or they would just get lost in the echoes of the building. Intonation was also a concern at the church, and some songs were a challenge to keep in ...