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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... find city gardens which run for a couple of miles beside the shore... really quite elegant. The rest of the coastline resembles Clacton or Great Yarmouth on a good day. But then the road takes us back inland and we find ourselves in the most stunning of national park areas. Wetlands, forests, beautiful walking trails and hills. We check out a couple of places before happening upon a group of four little holiday apartments down a dirt track on the ...
... a P=R for instance) it becomes easier to read the road signs.
*Again we choose to drive a rural route in a South East direction. The countryside is undulating and fertile – we still see acres of sunflowers, but now also some wheat
cultivation and vineyards. We pass through villages and notice how many empty houses
seem to have been left to deteriorate. An indication perhaps that younger generations have left for bigger towns ...
The small hotel in Ecebat, the Villa Casa, was delightful and it had wonderful garden where we ate a small picnic supper after the very nice fish lunch we had. After a warm night spent in the garden drinking the local wine (the Sulva vineyard was 300m from the house) and very good too....
We didn't get up quite as early as we planned but were still away by 9.30. The drive up to the Bulgarian border ...
... in, eating good food, and laying on the beach.
I am not going to comment on the amount of sleeping that I did here. I will just say it was a lot and leave it there.
The food in the area was good and cheap, but we ended up cooking some delicious meals ourselves. The first night we treated ourselves to seafood. Then there was a crepe. The next day we wanted to be a bit cheaper and cooked up ...
... caught the tram and funicular to Taksim and wandered along the grand boulevard of İstıklal Caddesi through the Beyoğlu district; we caught the ferry to the Asian side of Istanbul and meandered around Üsküdar and Kadıköy and we lunched at Ortaköy where sadly the second most photographed mosque in Istanbul was being renovated so there were no photo opportunities. We also visited the Blue Mosque, Basilica Cistern, the spice market and ...