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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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After the amazing Cappadocia, I thought for sure my Turkey photos were coming to a close with only two days left. But today we visited some places that were very different from what we've seen so far. First it was to the capital of Turkey, Ankara. Here we visited the tomb of Ataturk, who truly shaped and formed modern Turkey. Here my tour group thought I might find an eligible bachelor ...
... exactly why we have allowed some contingency days to give 'flexibility’ in our itinerary. We stay an extra night in Safronbolu, postpone by one day our visit to Amasra and cancel our planned beachside camping on the Black Sea coast.
*Instead we spend a leisurely day in the gardens of our Ottoman home, listening to classical and modern music piped acoustically through the trees. Things could be ...
... World Heritage Site in 1994. It is a typical former Ottoman trading town. Its name comes from ‘saffron’ (the spice is still grown near here ) & ‘polis’ the Greek word for city. It was conquered by the Turks in the 11C and by the 13C had become an important caravan station on the East – West trade route. It peaked in importance in the 17C and what is now the Cinci Inn and Old Mosque date from that time. By the early 20C, ...
... We got to a fork and stopped to contemplate our next move. We looked around. We "happened" to look across to a sign, "Efe Safronbolu Pension". Hey, that's it!
It is as lovely as described in the LP. It is a charming traditional Ottoman house that has been in Yasemin's family for 180 years. We were given a spacious corner room with a double and single bed, dark wooden built-in cabinets and ceiling. ...
Today I went on a day trip to Safranbolu, a traditional ottoman town near the black sea. I went with my flatmate Lisa, our friend Izdem, and Lisa's friend Steffi from Germany who had come to visit this week. We set off at 9:30 by bus and the journey was 3 and a half hours. We arrived at Safranbolu bus station which was in the modern part of the town, so we then had to take a dolmus to the old part of the town.
The streets ...