Green Park Resort Kartepe
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I am in the Kartepe now. We came here yesterday afternoon. When we tried to come here it was so cloudy. The road has so much bend and it was so narrow. I was little bit afraid. But this is amazing place. Our hotel is beautiful and warm. It name is Greenpark Hotel. I like our room because it's big and comfortable.
... for restoration. I decided to go ahead and turn back towards Istanbul, and enjoyed the view of the impressive Roman gates that one passes on the way in and out of the city. The ferry I took from Yalova to Istanbul came into port right as the sun was setting, which provided a really wonderful photo opportunity for those of us brave enough to sit outside on the deck. The cold mostly came from the wind, however; thanks to the multiple bodies of water surrounding the city, ...
... last night's storm and because it's our last 'wilderness' camp. The last camp night tomorrow will be at seaside in more deluxe surroundings we are told. With clear skies above it cooled down quickly so most went to their tents right after supper. It is now 2 am as I write this entry because ivr had s few good hours of sleep already. The other reason is I had to get up to pee. One beer each was provided at supper as a special treat and as we all know, we only ...
... our trip we regularly see stray dogs and cats which for the most part seem to be reasonably healthy and are likely looked after by the residents. Tractors and wagons are common on city streets and superhighways. Only large cities have stores as we know them. Most towns have large open air markets selling everything fro food to clothing, metal ware and just about anything you may ...
... what I left back home. A range of mountains with snow caped summits followed us around, adding beauty to the décor.
It was 1:40pm by the time we arrived in Iznik, a charming lakeside town with a population of around 15,000. We were here for our next little escapade….to visit the ruins of St. Sophia and see the city walls, these having been built in 300 BC by the Greeks.