Holiday Inn Bursa
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Travel Blogs from Bursa
... to live in apartments. The pastel coloured hues of the buildings soften the harsh lines. An average apartment costs $1.4 million and a survival income in Istanbul would be $4000 per month. Until four years ago, no mortgages were available for Turks, so they had ten years to build a house, which they did as funds allowed. Once the building was complete, taxes were payable, so the crafty Turks left part of the building unfinished ...
The next day after egg and veggie breakfast I woke up Fatih at the crack of noon (much the graduate students resistance). We then took the minibus to the Metro for the hour commute into the city of Bursa from the University of Uludag. There we walked around ate some sesame seed pretzels and drank Cay (tea) and turkish coffee at several places around town (Fatih insisting on paying for everything ...
... Grand Mosque... Next vacation destination: a Christian or Buddhist country. Thought we were out of the Koran Belt by now but there are more women wearing burqas here than in all of the other cities we’ve been to so that will explain the absence of the juice of life.
We finally get to the hotel and everyone is exhausted from the long ride and the heat. Gerrit is looking rather forlorn because we’re in the boonies again, only houses ...
... and fascinating building and was built in 1491. Being the bazaar and silk market area, various silk boutiques adorned the second floor of this gigantic square structure where the first floor below had an inviting open patio terrace complete with tables and chairs where people ate under the warm sun's rays. Looking around, arches and columns amplified the beauty of the ...
... You are in Turkey for Christ's sake, get out there and explore.' So that's exactly what I did. I took nothing with me but a of my passport and a few dollars, and I just started walking, up and up and up the hillside. some
The city of Bursa has many faces, and they transform dramatically within an hours walking distance. I dove further away from the main drag, where the malls and shops lurk, and the further away I got the more interesting ...
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