Grand Yukselis Hotel

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

Rain, Rain Go Away

A travel blog entry by sandradgillis on May 09, 2014

5 photos

... Centre. Then found a restaurant that served the local fish (yayin or catfish) for lunch as it is Liz's birthday today. The fish was very mild and very good. As it was raining so hard we headed back to the hotel for a quiet afternoon and ...

A Vacation on Vacation

A travel blog entry by dzamore on Aug 09, 2013

1 comment, 35 photos

... packed everywhere! I guess the celebration ending Ramadan was over and now we were seeing all the city folk out and about. Looking forward to checking out İstiklal street and around for dinner tonight - I bet it's going to be bumping!

Tomorrow, we continue our 4 day holiday and head to the Princes' Islands - what has been described to us by Izzet as like Nantucket - so maybe we will see how the other half vacations tomorrow...






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Agva - Sand and camping between the two rivers

A travel blog entry by gabador on Jul 29, 2009

2 comments, 57 photos

... where every now and then we picked up a passenger, who paid their ten liras, and stood for the rest of the journey unless somebody gave up their seat for them.

It took us the better part of three hours to get to our destination, meandering through landscapes I have never experienced before, but always thought would exist in the Mediterranean – Cyprus or Greece. At places, the road was flanked by giant fingers of stone, where the water drained down from ...

To Iznik

A travel blog entry by oldrover on Aug 06, 2008

1 comment, 4 photos

... of olive groves. It's very beautiful. In the large view. But, I could hardly take my eyes off the roadside trash. Obviously, by now, you may see that this--along with smoking--is something of a continuing aggravation that is "getting to me." The Turks will come to the lake edge to picnic and camp. And do so amidst unpardonable garbage, their own leavings. This always puts me in mind of the time I remodeled my house. I opened the walls and found a mouse nest of ...

Last Days in Istanbul

A travel blog entry by jbg63 on Mar 30, 2007

6 photos

... John's theory is that all lost things end up re-sold in the Istanbul Grand Bazaar.) We toured through the Old Cistern. It was built in the 500's to hold water for the city. The water came from the hills via aqueduct. The Cistern was a real engineering feat; with hundreds of columns supporting arched and vaulted roofs, all covered with rubble. It was nicely lit, and contained enough water to give a sense of what it was like when it was operational. There ...