Kitap Evi Boutique Hotel

KavaklI Mahallesi, Burc Ustu, No: 21, Bursa, Bursa, 16040, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on KavaklI Mahallesi, Burc Ustu, No: 21, Bursa, is near Green Mosque (Yesil Camii), Green Tomb (Yesil Turbesi), Tombs of Osman and Orhan, and Bursa Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts.
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    Travel Blogs from Bursa

    "I want everything I touch to turn to gold"

    A travel blog entry by cruisinpenny on Nov 06, 2012

    ... contains some lovely artifacts. Bursa, a city of about 800,000, is called the Green City by its inhabitants. There are parks, and a ski area nearby. Everything is run off of natural gas, so there is normally little pollution. We stopped for a visit to the oldest and largest mosque of the Ottoman Empire. It is called Ulu Camii. Twenty small domes are supported by 12 pillars. In the center is a beautiful fountain, covered by a glass ...

    The charming little Cumalikizik Village

    A travel blog entry by momentsintime on Mar 15, 2011

    60 photos

    ... for a cup of hot tea in their old general store kind of looking shack. It was quite obvious that they knew Daghan from his previous tours to this location.

    In the room, a middle-aged woman was sitting on a bench in front of a dark wood burning stove. She was browning homemade bread for some of us to eat. Her colorful scarf hid most of her sun damaged skin and ...

    Day Off

    A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Oct 02, 2010

    6 photos

    ... the corner is a tiny hamlet of markets and families. Ryan and I walk around this area all the time at night, getting tea or a light meal, and we see mother's carrying babies down the street, old men playing backgammon - even until midnight or beyond. It really creates a warm atmosphere, and puts one at ease. It's nice to be a part of. Class went well again today. I feel good about teaching here. The one exception is that I will likely have that elementary class again ...

    Wherling Dervishes

    A travel blog entry by carofoley on May 29, 2010

    2 comments, 21 photos

    ... a Sema meeting. Sema is a semi religious sect which has its roots in Islam. They believe that everything in the universe spirals around God and that in their spinning and spiraling Dervish dance they become closer to God. I am attaching some photos of both the turkish music session and the Wherling Dervishes. I also have some videos but I am having trouble loading these, so will load them at a later date when the internet connection is better.
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    Out of Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by abulia on Apr 25, 2009

    3 comments, 2 photos

    ... Novel Writing Month, I found myself writing about 6th century Constantinople under the reign of emperor Justinian. And Justinian is responsible for a lot of the most famous monuments in Istanbul today. I was really excited to see things like the Hagia Sophia (I wrote about the building process of this church!). The only dissapointment was the Hippodrome, which I spent ages wandering around trying to find. I later found out ...