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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... house, the woodwork and furnishings are just beautiful. The owner brings us coffee and cake whenever we return from a walk, and the breakfast she served us this morning was splendid...jams, cheeses, olives, nuts, breads, fruit, salads and of course tea. So many delicious foods to taste...we are working our way through the ...
... discovered that the entrance was too steep to climb, he all of a sudden grabbed my feet and hoisted me up over the ledge himself! It was a pretty inelegant maneuver, but I was so glad to actually be able to go inside and see the tomb, and I think my dissertation credits will definitely need to include a section dedicated to the fearless Turkish cab drivers who have made a lot of otherwise impossible things possible for me ...
We slept well in our real bed, even though it was a little on the hard side. Les checked on Logan and gave him a walk.I checked the weather forecast -2 outside! , We enjoyed a large breakfast of toast, tomato, cucumber, cheeses and sausage, washed down with coffee. The chap looking after us and the hotel, had some walnuts from his tree, he had roasted them and shelled them for us to try.
We walked around the village to take some photos, ...
... with us. He is a third year engineering student, and an enthusiastic cyclist. He guided us right to our hotel but with a short stop in the old town to buy us a box of Turkish Delight sweets as a welcoming gift- a classy gesture of Turkish hospitality. Earlier on he had invited us to his home for a meal but I explained that we are part of a large tour group so instead, would he have lunch with us. After checking into the hotel, ...
Safranbolu, a UNESCO world heritage site, is called the best preserved Ottoman town in Turkey, and may be the most interesting town in Turkey to stroll around. It was a major caravan stop on the silk route, and a restored caravanserai, now a hotel, can be visited for TL 1. Nearby is a small bazaar district and several mosques. Surprisingly, since it is more or less on the way from Istanbul to Ankara ...