Central Hotel Bursa
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... but mainly because it is filled with gardens and parks and is surrounded by orchards and green pastures. Bursa is the
center of an important agricultural area where fruit growing has the greatest share (Bursa
is famous for its succulent peaches).
Bursa, which was located on ...
... is Turkeys capital city. Geoff is still getting used to the coffee and I am now drinking apple tea which is very sweet. The has been a seat issue on the bus, what a crack up. Whilst traveling we are learning the history but it is so difficult this place has been through so many take overs and all the names sound similar. Interestingly enough it appears that the Turkish felt they should have surrendered at Gallipoli ending the war sooner with much less loss of ...
After spending three days of my budget in one day getting pampered in istanbul on a full service message and hammam
(here I was washing myself for all these years like a sucker!) turkish traditional music night and turkish delights. I was happy to be taken in by Orhan and Fatih outside of Bursa. My first genuine couchsurfing was a wonderful experience. The Turkish culture really out did themselves when ...
... Crazy nuts, they should’ve done like the Romans: cremation is the best solution.
Then we stopped for lunch at a suburbian mall and there were two lineups at the fast food court from our tour group: at Sbarro for pizza and at Burger King. I think most people were like us: all kebaped out. Even the tour guide, the driver and the assistant driver were eating burgers! Another couple of hours and we got to Bursa, where we first visited ...
... were made.
Statistics for the day:
- Istanbul – Iznik – Bursa: 240 Km
· Istanbul – Eskihisar Ferry crossing: 1 hour
· Eskihisar – Topcular ferry crossing: 30 minutes
· Topcular ferry landing – Iznik: 1 hour
· Iznik – Bursa: 1 hour 30 minutes