Holiday Inn Bursa
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... waters edge with magnificent yachts. Oh what a life for some. On the road to Bursa. Beautiful scenery quite good roads crazy drivers. Had to drive the bus onto a ferry and then across the maramas sea, the sea of marble. Turkey has the worlds largest supply of marble. We next stopped for lunch; apparently the tripe soup was not too flash! Onwards to Bursa, a large city, quite modern with touches of ...
... time in Turkey.
Did you notice how I failed to mention driving in Istanbul? All I can say is “MADNESS”! So far in our travels, we have always clung to our conviction that Russian drivers are by and large the worse drivers! Yes, Mongolian drivers sit on the horn and jump pedestrian crossing & traffic lights but Russian drivers are pushy, aggressive and always have to be in front, so therefore they do some stupid things. But then we ...
... of infrastructure. We had a pleasant picnic lunch on a ferry as we crossed the Sea of Marmara and headed for Uludag, or the Mount Olympus of Mysia, a 2346 metre high skiing mountain. Beyond that lay our destination, Bursa, surrounded by orchards. Bursa was the first capital of the Ottoman Empire, but today is a busy city. We visited some of the finest monuments in Turkey: the Green Ottoman Complex, which consisted of a mosque ...
Our last day in Istanbul was a laid-back day of wandering. After coffee we walked out the door of our apartment and went across the street, past the bath house built in 1481 and in continuous use since then, and into Cukurcuma, the backstreets of Beyoglu famous for antique shops. We had walked this way in our fatigue the first afternoon we arrived, but now took time ducking into the shops and looking at the array of junk and delightful treasures. I ...
... 8217;t that warm walking barefoot….and a head scarf had to be worn. A three tiered water fountain was in the middle of the mosque in which a few people washed their hands and feet customary to the traditions.
Back inside the motor coach, we were now heading towards our first stop for the night….towards the Kervansaray Termal Hotel in Bursa!
Monique :-) ...