Chicago Goes Turkish

ChicagoGoesTurkish6.1.13byLaurelDelaney

LadiesfromTurkeyatTurkishFestivalbyLaurelDelaneyWEGG2013

Had a chance to stop in at the Chicago Turkish Festival – wonderful with all the delightful trinkets, beautiful glassware (24-carat gold trimmed) and delicious food.  I’m hoping that many women from Turkey have a chance to export their products to the United States.  Visit website here:  Chicago Turkish Festival (May 31 – June 1).

To all visitors from Turkey – loved it all.  Please come back and visit us again next year!

Posted by:  Laurel Delaney (Note:  I am based in Chicago.)

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