The Camlica Residence
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... and we had (overdressed) and all brought our parkas with us for the day. As we reached the bridge, we came upon a young man barbecuing meatballs and mullet - which he was serving in fresh, crisp Turkish rolls with tomato, onions, lettuce and grilled chillies (you could choose your fillings). The kids were suddenly starting and everyone wanted one of these for dinner. So we perched by the roadside eating the fresh fish and meat - and I commented to Ben ...
... place them in a bag the tour people provided us with. I was also given a scarf to cover up my head and neck with, even though I was wearing a cap. Women must not have exposed shoulders nor knees. It was lovely inside. Especially the side facing Mecca (south-east). When we went outside to put our shoes back on, we were not allowed to sit on the marble steps. Then we went to the outer courtyard. They have a bronze model of the mosque there. There is another mosque ...
After a nice rooftop brekky at the hotel we headed off with our tour group to the old city of Istanbul - Sultanahmet. Our first stop was Topkapi Palace where we explored the gardens and buildings formerly inhabited by Sultans and their harems. The opulent palace is now a showcase of weaponry, clothing and jewels - including the 5th largest diamond in the world - about the size of my palm! Legend has it that a man sold the diamond to a merchant ...