Green Park Resort Kartepe
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... it but after days of going the root set by others I didn't realize just how close we were. All we seemed to focus on was whether we are at the top or bottom of a mountain. Anyway the Black Sea is not as black as its name suggests. It was white with breakers not unlike the west coast of Vancouver Island, and blue and black elsewhere. We stopped for photos of our first views on the sea and rode the highway west along beside it till lunch at 70 km. the lunch ...
... 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 ...
... br> Some friends are also traveling these days and I'll meet 2 of them for now. Check my map and if you're at/near one of my destinatios, message me and let's try to meet!
Luggage packed, goodbye to home #1 said, grandparents on the way seen. Let's celebrate Ramadan a little, say goodbye to home #2, buy some snacks and hit the road!
... the city's walls. The Istanbul gate was the gate over the road that led to Istanbul. It was massive and still intact, and very cool to see modern-day motorbikes and cars using a gate and a road first built by Romans.
We passed through the Istanbul gate into town and started a search for packaging tape. We found it at maybe the fourth supermarket we had gone to, but none of them had carried scissors or a screwdriver. However, the city market was ...
... The lake was refreshing after a long day. I left Adrian's after 9am, said farewell to Ibo and headed north on the Yeni Yalova Yolu. Once last call at Zülfü's for a tea on the way. Stopped off for a Tahin simit at Öz Çarşamba simit & Firin and was invited to stay for tea. One turned into five plus three cheese pasty's, a meat pasty and a simit. Turkish hospitality :) You're never far from a friend and the guest is king. The Yalova road was ...