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... streets. This is the largest undercover market in the world. It is however extremely . There are carpet stores everywhere. Along with ceramics, jewelery, leather and souvenirs, they have it all covered!!
On the way to the market we passes the Turkish bathes and a man roasting chestnuts In the street! Yum!
Some other facts about Istanbul that you may find interesting:
the name Constantinople was changed in 1930. To force people ...
... own approval to take pleasure from a particular occasion once in a whilst. The truth is, Nutrisystem comes with a part-time prepare known as "Nutrisystem flex" where individuals on that strategy get two days away from each week. And, from the things i have heard, numerous people are really happy with their results, despite having the days away. Naturally, one particular step to this is the slimmers are very asked to consume sensibly in the time that they can take off. It's ...
... yesterday. The. Blue Mosque is pretty amazing to see, it had all the information about the Quran and the the history of the religion. It was really interesting actually, and had a few really cool quotes - my fav was; "...All mankind is from Adam and Eve, and Arab has no superiority over a non-Arab nor a non-Arab has any superiority over an Arab; also a white has no superiority over black nor a black has any superiority over White ...
... the kilo. I have a box right next to me as I type. Mint. Coconut. Mastic. Lemon. Licorice. Rose. Pomegranate. Coffee. Pistachio. Kiwi. Watermelon. Rolled in chocolate or nuts. Literally a Turkish delight! To mix things up, we head over to the pickle stall. This is a 3rd generation-run pickle empire and we try pickled green plums, slender peppers and gherkins. The pickle is sour; this is unusual as most Turkish recipes have sugar but this is just sour, and as we had just been at ...
... the same as at Starbucks. It was nice to sit and reflect for a bit before heading off to the ferry dock. Found the commuter ferry to Kadikoy very easily on the Karakoy side. Ride took 20 mins and was breezy and pleasant. I'm going to miss this weather when I get back to miserably cold Toronto.