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The custom of using horse racing silks in horse races can be traced back to the chariot races from the Roman times. Chariot drivers used capes in distinct colors in order to identify themselves. Since then the tradition has prevailed.

In the medieval times, it was not uncommon to find horsemen indulging in the practice of wearing colors when knights got involved in jousts. However, using multifarious racing colors as seen today, may have originated in the streets of Italy.

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Today there is often no parent at home and a child does not always come home from school for lunch but will spend an entire day in the school or the school yard. There may not even be a parent waiting for that child to come home form school. They used to be called latch key kids but unfortunately there are far too many that fall in this category to call them latch key kids. Today it may be almost all of the kids fall into this category. So there will not be someone to greet them nor is there True Religion Jeans Outlet a person who will continually help the child with character education at all. Then just who is assigned this task? It generally falls to a teacher at the school or perhaps a scout leader or even someone at a church if they attend one regularly.

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My friends wanted to know how to take public transport into Sultanahmet, so we headed off. Once we arrived, they informed me that they were totally exhausted. Oops was I thinking? I took them to a carpet shop for tea and a rug show (oh, so tempting!),

I never tire of looking at carpets.

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My guests were on their own Friday, but on Saturday my friend David joined us for the full monty of shopping in Sultanahmet: Leather jackets under the Laleli Mosque (where the leather dealer gifted me with a fur collar-wrap), True Religion Outlet then up to see the mosque and over to the Taş Han for a lunch of mezes and mercimek (hors d'oeuvres and lentil soup).

A man prayed in the Laleli Mosque

The Laleli Mosque viewed through the chimneys of the Taş Han

Then we were off to "scarf street" via a men's hat store, a purse store, a towel-seller, and finally: TA-DA! SCARVES!!! We stopped for a rejuvinating beverage on our way back to Huseyin's carpet shop (Harem 49) where we finalized a few purchases.

A rejuvenating cup of Turkish coffee

a unique wedding ensemble near the Grand Bazaar

Totally exhausted, we headed home on the overcrowded tram. We hurried across the road to catch our bus, and the driver started driving off before we were all on. ARAUGHHH!!! Relieved to be safely back in Arnavutköy, we toasted to friendship with a fabulous Bulgarian wine (thanks, David).

We slept in late Sunday morning, then walked down to the Fincan Cafe for a classic (noon) Turkish breakfast of cheese, tomatoes, cucumbers, olives, egg, bread, clotted cream, and honey. YUM!!!

That evening Jerry and Dan concocted a delectable eggplant, onion, garlic, tomato, and rice stuffing for dried eggplant shells that had captured their imaginations earlier in the day. Lynette and I were appropriately impressed; I do admire good cooking-and even more, people who enjoy doing it. I'm mostly partial to the Cheap True Religion Jeansc eating part.

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My guests explored the city for the next three days while I slaved at school (it's actually not that hard), and on Wednesday Dan and Lynette left for Cyprus. The first evening they were gone, Jerry and Libby walked up the hill after school to me along the narrow stone-walled roadway. It was more than sweet.

That night Jerry and I trekked back up for the school Christmas party-mulled wine, Santa Claus, and a sumptuous meal (except for turkey so dry it totally dehydrated me-don't tell the chef). Everything else, though, was lovely, including the company. We joined in Margaret's Christmas song-fest in Marble Hall to top off the festivities.

This Bebek santa is a bit thin, but wishes you a Happy New Year. (Mutlu Yillar)

Today was our last day of school before an incredibly rare Christmas break (in Turkey it's usually just a day off). Everyone was jazzed. My core English class had a gala Christmas party this morning, including True Religion Womens Jeans delicacies baked by a few students. Why did I bother to eat breakfast? Gosh, I love those kids. All of them

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Twas the week before Christmas Istanbul

What does one share in Istanbul when friends have only a few days? Let me tell you, it's a dilemma. I did my best, but you never know. My friends Jerry, Dan, and Lynette arrived last Thursday and indulged in a long http://www.2truereligionjeans.co.uk/    afternoon walk before I arrived home from school, greatly relieved that they'd found their way. A man pulled Jerry aside at the baggage carousel (How did that happen?) and offered him a ride to Arnavutkoy for 450 lira (about $300). Jerry talked him down to $200, then informed him that he knew they could get a taxi for 40 to 50 lira. Shameful! I wondered how many tourists get pulled in on that one.

My friends wanted to know how to take public transport into Sultanahmet, so we headed off. Once we arrived, they informed me that they were totally exhausted. Oops was I thinking? I took them to a carpet shop for tea and a rug show (oh, so tempting!),

I never tire of looking at carpets.

then off to the Doy-Doy for a their first Turkish meal. They weren't disappointed. It was still early enough to catch a ferry straight home, which saved us some hours on crowded public transport.

My guests were on their own Friday, but on Saturday my friend David joined us for the full monty of shopping in Sultanahmet: Leather jackets under the Laleli Mosque (where the leather dealer gifted me with a fur collar-wrap), True Religion Outlet then up to see the mosque and over to the Taş Han for a lunch of mezes and mercimek (hors d'oeuvres and lentil soup).

A man prayed in the Laleli Mosque

The Laleli Mosque viewed through the chimneys of the Taş Han

Then we were off to "scarf street" via a men's hat store, a purse store, a towel-seller, and finally: TA-DA! SCARVES!!! We stopped for a rejuvinating beverage on our way back to Huseyin's carpet shop (Harem 49) where we finalized a few purchases.

A rejuvenating cup of Turkish coffee

a unique wedding ensemble near the Grand Bazaar

Totally exhausted, we headed home on the overcrowded tram. We hurried across the road to catch our bus, and the driver started driving off before we were all on. ARAUGHHH!!! Relieved to be safely back in Arnavutköy, we toasted to friendship with a fabulous Bulgarian wine (thanks, David).

We slept in late Sunday morning, then walked down to the Fincan Cafe for a classic (noon) Turkish breakfast of cheese, tomatoes, cucumbers, olives, egg, bread, clotted cream, and honey. YUM!!!

That evening Jerry and Dan concocted a delectable eggplant, onion, garlic, tomato, and rice stuffing for dried eggplant shells that had captured their imaginations earlier in the day. Lynette and I were appropriately impressed; I do admire good cooking-and even more, people who enjoy doing it. I'm mostly partial to the Cheap True Religion Jeansc eating part.

Ever had your fortune told by a rabbit? This one chooses a from the rows of papers in this man hand scientific. Mine said will be lopressed by some sad news. (among other things).

My guests explored the city for the next three days while I slaved at school (it's actually not that hard), and on Wednesday Dan and Lynette left for Cyprus. The first evening they were gone, Jerry and Libby walked up the hill after school to me along the narrow stone-walled roadway. It was more than sweet.

That night Jerry and I trekked back up for the school Christmas party-mulled wine, Santa Claus, and a sumptuous meal (except for turkey so dry it totally dehydrated me-don't tell the chef). Everything else, though, was lovely, including the company. We joined in Margaret's Christmas song-fest in Marble Hall to top off the festivities.

This Bebek santa is a bit thin, but wishes you a Happy New Year. (Mutlu Yillar)

Today was our last day of school before an incredibly rare Christmas break (in Turkey it's usually just a day off). Everyone was jazzed. My core English class had a gala Christmas party this morning, including True Religion Womens Jeans delicacies baked by a few students. Why did I bother to eat breakfast? Gosh, I love those kids. All of them

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