- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to find it, but I did find a taxi driver who was willing to slog through unpaved roads, mud, switchbacks, and various other obstacles in order to help me find it. We had to stop and ask directions a few times, and at one point we actually had a local villager in the car with us for a little ways, but eventually we found it! I owe a great debt of appreciation to the steadfastness of my cab driver, especially because when we got ...
... very picturesque. We walked around the little lanes, the old cobblers and cordwainers workshops no longer priducing wares, are all selling souvenirs,food or sweet shops. There is only one cobbler left in Safranbolu, as I come from a long line if cobblers we went into his workshop to see him. He called his friend from outside who could speak a little English, we explained that cobblers had been in my family for generations. It's sad that ...
... up the steep hill I had to watch Dream Catcher past a parked vehicle and a road sign, it was very tight, an inch to spare on each side.
Inside the reception of the hotel there wasn't anybody around, we called 'hello' and knocked on the doors, still no reply, we tried to telephone, no one answered. Les was just going outside to look to see if someone was around, when a man came out if a doorway. He wanted our passports, we tried ...
... t get to were the Baglar (Vineyard) district, and a nearby village called Yöruk. We could have spent at least another day here.
We stayed in a very nice family guest house, Yorgancioglu Konak, in the Kirankoy district. This is an older part of Kirankoy with traditional houses, many under renovation, and vegetable sellers in the cobbled streets, southeast of the main Kirankoy intersection. ...
... mosques are amongst the most attractive we have ever seen.
*When planning our trip we had worried about being in the Muslim world during Ramadam (a month of fasting ). But as it happens, being here during the most important month in the Islamic calendar will probably enhance our experience.
*We have to pass through several unmanned toll stations. We see signs for OGS & HGS lanes through electronically operated barriers. We have bought an HGS sticker. It ...