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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... discovered that the entrance was too steep to climb, he all of a sudden grabbed my feet and hoisted me up over the ledge himself! It was a pretty inelegant maneuver, but I was so glad to actually be able to go inside and see the tomb, and I think my dissertation credits will definitely need to include a section dedicated to the fearless Turkish cab drivers who have made a lot of otherwise impossible things possible for me ...
... very picturesque. We walked around the little lanes, the old cobblers and cordwainers workshops no longer priducing wares, are all selling souvenirs,food or sweet shops. There is only one cobbler left in Safranbolu, as I come from a long line if cobblers we went into his workshop to see him. He called his friend from outside who could speak a little English, we explained that cobblers had been in my family for generations. It's sad that ...
... have similar rugs on them. It's a lovely room.
The man is very interested in Dream Catcher and suggests that we move it down the street a little way where it is wider. We ask if they allow dogs, but they don't, Logan will have to sleep alone tonight.
Once we are settled in we take Logan for a walk around the cobbled lanes,it's very cold out and we dig out our winter jackets, then we leave him in the vehicle and go on search ...
... But we think its reputation has negatively affected its service which was - get the tourists through quickly. Not nearly the same interaction with the staff as all the others, and more expensive. Some of the tour ladies went last night and returned with the same comments. But a decent scrub and rub is always good on a rest day between long rides! An hour or so of guy-shopping followed. Translated, we wandered aimlessly through the myriad ...
... on fingers but that soon changed when the road gradient changed from downhill to long uphills. Within an hour of constant climbing, some but not all layers were peeled off. However due to the many long hills and the chilled air, my toes stayed cold well into the morning. By about 50 km, I had to stop to massage my feet back to normal. I have a nerve condition that riders call 'hot foot' caused by long periods of constant pressure ...