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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... 1/4's and a chilli or 2, pure fattening heaven haha), we then ate our Iskender and then regrouped outside after lunch. After regrouping we were told that we were going to a local mosque in Bursa, we then walked literally a minute then ended up at the mosque. We then went in and had a look around, nothing really interesting for me as I don't particularly like religious place, but it was good to have a look around in and compare it to other mosques, it was really ...
... through a major agricultural area. Road side stands sold oranges, tomatoes, onions, potatoes and melons !!!. A large melon was only the equivalent of $.50. Lots of hills, valleys , lakes and windmills. Seems they are into alternative energy in a big way in that area. Lots of wind so it made sense. Found our hotel with little difficulty. I had the longitude ...
... behind it. Now that I think of it, the building was likely placed years before the modernity encroached up on it, so perhaps it is the apartment complexes that are out of place. Everywhere sat locals, mostly older residents. A few stares thrown our way but not many, I can usually avoid the gazes by dropping enough Turkish these days.
The "dance" itself has a fair amount of detail to it, and really is quite beautiful, ...
... The slight crack of a smile was the largest I have ever seen from her before. And what a surprise to hear her open up like that, so earnestly and without fear. We talked about it the whole ride, I wished her luck with it and off we went into our respective night travels.
This thing called spring is brushing off the dust of winter's white ash and slowly rearing her bright eyes. Our windows stay open for most of the day ...
... dunce, I really can off no further explanation. Not so annoying that the service cuts out, so much as it is a waste of money and a monthly goose-chase to get the logistics back in working order.
This has been a bit of a mix of random notes, and I instead of monthly brain releases I hope to update more often (a perpetual hope that hopefully I can make good on). Enjoy some photos of the mountain sunset for now.