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... and yoghurt (has to be that kaas hoofd dutch historical past). Even so I don't promoter eliminating whole recommended food groups from your diet; we have a balanced diet and just avoid breakfast cereal products, sugar and all highly processed and highly processed foods. Carbs are a needed way to obtain vitality and wonderful reduced GI alternatives involve dark brown rice and quinoa. Avoid the bright white, starchy, processed grain like most your morning meal cereal products, ...
... incredibly important. We walked around a little just to get our bearings and sat down for the obligatory beer - an EFES Pilsen which appeared to be the main lager in Istanbul and we ended up drinking nothing else all holiday. Immediately a guy came up to us with half a dozen watches and we bought a fake Rolex off him for quite a good price. We made our way down to Sultanahmet Square and to the Hippodrome dating from Byzantine times. It used to be the place ...
... I went through security but i already had
my ticket – city pass.
This place is huge, there is lots to see. I started off seeing the palace rooms, the great views, then went to the gardens, saw the museum of weaponry and the Harem room. There was also
various statues scatted around the place as well. This place was very crowded, so after seeing what i wanted to see, i left. I then walked up ...
... seen Dolmabahce Palace, the royal dwellings of the Ottoman sultans and the place Ataturk died, the palace's harems, and an early Ottoman fortress used during the siege of Constantinople. The palace is very lavish, featuring a 4.5 ton crystal chandelier, intricate hardwood floors, some bear pelts sent as a gift from Nicholai II, and floor to ceiling French style artwork. All that and so much more to see! Hope you're all well.
... I was heading straight for Istanbul's famous Spice Market. Having come from Asia, I was actually slightly underwhelmed by the Spice Market, having built it up a lot in my mind. I definitely got a sense of Istanbul as a historic trading hub, walking through the market, but the selection of spices was fairly repetitive at each stall and it seemed to lack the energy of some of the markets that we have been to. That said, it was a very enjoyable way to start ...