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TravelPod Member ReviewsCelay Hotel Ovacik
2nd may 2014
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Bursa city istanbul about 4 hours bus ride we did a very nice and pleasant. hosyes was very polite and courteous and unlimited tea and coffee. Along with our tour guide in the early morning, we met in front of the Grand mosque. Beyait first time the sultan was built in 1400. On the front there is a very large and beautifully built stone içlig. Bursa Ulu mosque where we went and had ...
Spent the morning at Hierapolis a lime stone thermal spring area. A very popular spot for Russian tourists who travel across the border to bask in the sun. Visited Doctor Fish no hd our fee eaten by small fish - very weird but when in Turkey, do what the Turkish do !!!!! Very hot today - peaked at 43c. We had a long drive to Bursa and visited a silk market on ...
- Early 0800 start to be first in line for the St Sophia Mosque.
- Over 80M in Turkey.
- Mustafa Kemal Atatürk (pronounced [musˈtäfä ceˈmäl ätäˈtyɾc]; 19 May 1881(conventional) – 10 November ...
... We were then taken next door to a studio where they throw the pots. The artist, Mehmet Yildirim, was putting a fish design into a leather hard pot. Some of the pots in the shop were very large and we asked if they were poured or thrown. He indicated that they thrown and they would show us. So a young man who has been working in the studio since he was 6 or 7 and is now 30, started preparing the clay using a very large electric pug mill. Then began throwing pot from the hump. ...
Then the walk back down to the town. As we started down the path, the call to prayer began. For some reason the calls from the different mosques were not at exactly the same time and it sounded like duelling imams over the loudspeakers.
Seeing as how we didn't know where we were going we were delighted to find ourselves right where we wanted to be, at an old wooden house that had been converted into a restaurant, The Kütahya ...