Celik Palas Hotel Safranbolu
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... Saffron," (Safran = saffron, and bolu is a derivation from the Greek word polis, or "city"). It has, somewhat amazingly, retained a lot of its old Ottoman charm and the whole city is now a UNESCO World Heritage site. But of course I wasn't there to see all that (even if I wish I was!), and I had come armed with the GPS coordinates and a vague-ish map to a tomb that was, let's say, "off the beaten track." I wasn't sure if I would ...
... doesn't have anyone to continue his craft. On a shelf there are pictures of his forefathers, all cobblers.
We take Logan back to Dream Catcher and we go to a cafe for coffee. In the bazaar we had seen some small diameter rolling pins, we could do with one, catering rolls biscuits etc. with a bottle, it only costs 2TL. We also bought some
local helva, before we left we called at the tourist office to ask about the Yenice Forest. ...
... the afternoon we booked a hotel on line, many of the houses at Safranbolu have been converted into hotels. The rates are really reasonable and we are looking forward to staying in a historic building.
When we arrived we struggled to get onto the street where the hotel is, a lot of cars kept making us reverse out of the parked up cobbled square. Eventually we stood our ground and forced our way onto the narrow lane, as we ...
... breads, white cheeses, Nescafé instant coffee or chai, olives, cakes, tomatoes, honey or jam, halva, etc. it's wholesome food but can get boring for a North American. As is our custom, another hamam followed with my regulars - Texas Rob, Switzerland Frieder, and LA David. This hamam gets a great write up in travel books because it's big with different hamams for women (no time-share with men), and the building looks cool form the ...
... But we think its reputation has negatively affected its service which was - get the tourists through quickly. Not nearly the same interaction with the staff as all the others, and more expensive. Some of the tour ladies went last night and returned with the same comments. But a decent scrub and rub is always good on a rest day between long rides! An hour or so of guy-shopping followed. Translated, we wandered aimlessly through the myriad ...
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