Hampton by Hilton Ordu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Those amongst you who have been paying attention and actually reading this stuff will remember Jochen losing his waterproof trousers in the topbox incident last Sunday. Up until yesterday we had been lucky enough with the weather and he hadn't needed them anyway. But we lost over two hours yesterday sitting out the weather and clearly that wasn't an option for making any kind of progress should ...
... your motorcycling friends both at home and abroad. Your CG125 Honda with the five bar gate stylee crash bars will only be enhanced by the elegance of it's passengers as they waft along completely dry in their YingBo Waterproof Motorcycling Travelling Suits.
Fabricated from the finest plastics the suits are double layered. This will ensure that no water gets in and also that no moisture is wicked ...
... promenades in larger towns. Pedestrian underpasses, at regular intervals, allow people to cross without slowing traffic.
Evening in a College Town
We got to Girezon around 4 pm, a town famous for its cherries and hazelnuts. The cherries won't be in season till August. Too bad we'll miss that. Trying to zero in on our hotel’s address proved to be another challenge ...
... was sweating but felt good. It was enjoyable route.
Had lunch by the river, rest then we were ready to go. To Giresun where the hotel was waiting for us.
Arrived there, ah thank goodness for lift...I was too buggered to carry luggage up the stairs. This given me an opportunity to note that Turkey is bit up to date with the modern technology. It appeared I was right.
I looked at Giresun, oh there was a festival going on. I want to check ...
... A friendly shopkeeper invites me inside, and we chat the best we can. Finally the rain stops. Giresun is half surrounded by steep mountains covered with lush vegetation, with road climbing up them that beckon to me. But the castle built on a steep hill right in the middle of the city calls to me first. It takes a couple of failed attempts to get up there--ending up following a dead end alley that leads to someone's patio. But finally I reach the top and am rewarding with ...