Kitap Evi Boutique Hotel
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... people and not to any single man. So eventually, Turkey became an independent country in 1923, with Mustafa as its first president and his comrade in arms, General Ismet Inonu, became its first prime minister.
Mustafa Kemal then propelled Turkey into the 20th century: he banned religious courts and implemented a Western-style legislation and made education a state responsibility. By 1928, he had outlawed polygamy, gave women the right to vote ...
... to its tiles inside the building being……that’s it again….being green in color! Voila!
As we left the premises, from the top of the hill, the entire city could be seen....everything looked so peaceful and quiet while in the horizon, the light fog slowly lifted giving it a mystical appearance in the process!
... Instead, he took us around the corner to see a
felting shop, where workers were creating large mats of felt, cutting
pieces and using them to create scarves, runners and hangings. It is
an old, traditional art form, from this area.
When Osman discovered we hadn't seen the Dirvishes because our hotel told
us we missed their Saturday performance, he took us to a friend's
travel agency, where we were able to purchase tickets for a ...
... an Istanbul dinner.
I got back to my host's lodging at about 10pm, and crashed, due, certainly to the walking, heat, humidity and hunger. To be awakened, remind, by the "drum nazis" at perhaps 3am parading in the street below.
On the second day I wanted to take a bus from Taksim, and to get over to the Kariye Musesi/Chora Church earlier, then do some other exploring (walking), purchasing remaining books as I got back to the minister's apartment
The Lonely Planet ...
As of this writing I am in Day 5 of what's been billed as the Nilüfer International Art Camp. (http://www.savaronadaateskes.com/workc amp/nac.html). It was a good idea. It is being poorly executed. Nevertheless, I'm having some fun. That's the short take on it.
The camp has been promoted and arranged by a young resident of this suburb of Bursa, Turkey. I learned about it from a sub-group in a travelers' internet social network in which I participate. ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking