Grand Yukselis Hotel

Address: Sefa Sirmen Bulvari , Izmit, Kocaeli, 41200, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Sefa Sirmen Bulvari , Izmit.
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Travel Blogs from Izmit

So what about Turkey

A travel blog entry by os2015 on Sep 22, 2015

... west. 7 regions all with different landscapes. One Ayatollah = Asia Minor (biblical). Black sea area hilly and green, like Scotland. Foxes, rabbits, snakes, no wild animals. Konya, central Turkey, where 1st known human homes.

4 years elementary school, 4 years high school. State schools free, but always need more money and lean on families for support. Trying to get shuttle ...

Day 56

A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Sep 26, 2014

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First job today, wash the bedding, that done we attack the inventory for the inside of Dream Catcher. As we are listing the items under the sofa we are disgusted with the amount of dirt, where has it all come from? We have a good vacuum before we re pack everything away. After we had lunch Les went to the shop just across the road to buy ice creams, toffee cornetto's they were reduced, 40% off and delicious! The washing dry and put away we move about 1 mile along the coast away from the ...


A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Sep 24, 2014

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After breakfast we packed up ready to move along the coast to Agva, a small town with a lovely beach and harbour, smaller than Sile. First we went into Sile to buy a giant bag of dog food and do a 'big shop, not just beer and bread!. We called at the Post Office to check the credit on our vignette, we had to queue for quite a while, they us a ticket system, we were number 76 and they were serving 64 and there were only 2 desks ...

Day 52

A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Sep 22, 2014


... should get us in with a centimetre or two to spare. Maintenance then repaired the broken awning pole. After lunch we went into town to buy some bread and beer. We walked around the shops that we hadn't previously seen, we bought a washing up bowl big enough to wash the bedding in and found a pet shop that sells dog food. After ...

Iznik sites and shopping, then back to Istanbul

A travel blog entry by mawakefi on Oct 09, 2009

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We woke fairly late and headed out to find the city walls, the Istanbul Gate, and a few supplies for packing purposes. We followed the city walls near our hotel, overlooking the Iznik lake, until we reached the Istanbul Gate. Iznik (formerly Nicaea) was once a very important city, especially to Christians, and had been quite well-fortified. Roman roads led from Nicaea to Caesaria and Istanbul (well, Constantinople at the time) through massive, triple gates ...