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... to the metro, and then took the metro to the intercity bus station where I caught the bus to Safranbolu.
The drive was really pretty, and I wished that I had had a little more time to spend in Safranbolu. It's quite famous for the well-preserved Ottoman architecture there, as well as - you guessed it - Saffron, which was one of the major commodities traveling this way via the Silk Road. Technically, the name means ...
... doesn't have anyone to continue his craft. On a shelf there are pictures of his forefathers, all cobblers.
We take Logan back to Dream Catcher and we go to a cafe for coffee. In the bazaar we had seen some small diameter rolling pins, we could do with one, catering rolls biscuits etc. with a bottle, it only costs 2TL. We also bought some
local helva, before we left we called at the tourist office to ask about the Yenice Forest. ...
... the shop keepers are starting to close as it is now nearly dark. One man insists that we sign his autograph book for him, he kisses me on the cheek and gave us a small wooden carved house, he wants us to buy a souvenir but we say no, perhaps tomorrow. We find a cafe and order keypads and some chips. The chips are home made, just like the ones my Grandmother used to make for us.
We returned to the hotel, and whilst I found ...
... But we think its reputation has negatively affected its service which was - get the tourists through quickly. Not nearly the same interaction with the staff as all the others, and more expensive. Some of the tour ladies went last night and returned with the same comments. But a decent scrub and rub is always good on a rest day between long rides! An hour or so of guy-shopping followed. Translated, we wandered aimlessly through the myriad ...
Had a great sleep in a cool room on a good mattress. We were very tired so I could have slept on pavement. The next priority was laundering three riding shorts, two jerseys, and one pair of socks. It's critical to start with clean riding shorts every day, NO REPEATS! One must treat his **** with great respect on long tours to avoid saddle sores and so far so good. Tender but intact! Then typical Turkish breakfast with choices of hard boiled ...