Grand Hotel Gaziantep
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Travel Blogs from Gaziantep
... on the bus and it was onto Gaziantep.
This city is the 4th largest city in Turkey and was pretty good. Driving into the town it looked so funny with all the highrises having solar water panels on the roof in all different colours. Down the Median strip they had statues of a Camel train as I think it was said to be part of the old silk road. Just across from this there was the "Mosaic Museum" the largest in the world. There ...
... brekkie produced everybody on time for leaving. Sheila turned up and off we went at 0858, a sense the heat was going to be around today.
Sheila asked if we were going to the castle as it was on yesterday's itinerary. Sharif's hesitation suggested he had not planned to do so [the cynic would think and thereby pocket the entrance fees]. Laughs at Di's expense about her fall yesterday. I pointed out how nobody went to her rescue.
To the ...
... treasures and sites and has displaced many villagers as their villages disappear under water. We took a short cruise on the Eurphrates today and saw parts of one village that is partly underwater. The entire mosque in this town had disappeared under the water and all you could see was part of the minaret sticking out of the river. The government has built the villagers new houses on higher ground and new villages are coming to life. ...
... be another bus for an hour. "What?" She then popped off only to return with more information regarding the bus to Kayseri and told us that it wouldn’t be arriving for another 2 hours. “What?”
I was furious – not only had she screwed up our whole afternoons plans, she had also made me look like an idiot in front of Tom. They say you shouldn’t hit girls, but is kicking them up the **** ok?
We steeped in our bad moods for ...
... about Ayran. He is like your Uncle or something? No, he just kind of took me in when I was a little boy. Things were hard for me with my family, and Ayran sort of adopted me. Its been many years now, and whenever I can I come by to help him out at his shop. I said goodbye to head back to my hotel and get some lunch and a nap, promising an evening return. It was just an hour before closing time when I made it back. The April light was arcing through the market stalls, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center