Celik Palas Bursa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... offered WiFi. And it works! Unbelievable!
The drive to Bursa included a 20 minute ferry ride (to save a 2 hour additional drive). Along the way the scenery changed dramatically as we began seeing fruit orchards, groves of olive trees ( Turkey is # 5 in olive oil production) and even some newly planted vineyards. We were headed through agricultural country. Turkey produces a lot of vegetables, for domestic use and export.
... We have cracked the basic grammar rules for the present tense, and are now working on the past tense. It is an interesting language as everything revolves around the suffixes you put on the root forms of the words you use. Git - go, giderim - I go; giittim - I went, gitmeyin - You didn't go, gidiyorsunuz - You are going, gitmeyiyorum - I am not going. When you think the verb comes right at the very end of what could be a long sentence, too, you have to wait until ...
... The slight crack of a smile was the largest I have ever seen from her before. And what a surprise to hear her open up like that, so earnestly and without fear. We talked about it the whole ride, I wished her luck with it and off we went into our respective night travels.
This thing called spring is brushing off the dust of winter's white ash and slowly rearing her bright eyes. Our windows stay open for most of the day ...
... dunce, I really can off no further explanation. Not so annoying that the service cuts out, so much as it is a waste of money and a monthly goose-chase to get the logistics back in working order.
This has been a bit of a mix of random notes, and I instead of monthly brain releases I hope to update more often (a perpetual hope that hopefully I can make good on). Enjoy some photos of the mountain sunset for now.
... and served us the tea, free of charge, and we conversed a bit, as he spoke some English. He talked on and on about his higher elevation home in comparison to Bursa below. Too noisy, too crowded, he said. The air is clean and fresh here and it's relaxed. He was right. I felt rejuvenated being up there, sipping šay and being cold of all things. He suggested we walk around a bit, explore the terrain, so we did. We bid farewell, telling him we would return sometime ...