Holiday Inn Bursa
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Well, crossing into Turkey was our first border crossing for a while, since leaving UK in fact. We had forgotten how tiresome border crossing could be.
When entering Turkey, we had to organise insurance for Oscar, as well as a Vignette for the Motorways, but they are sneaky because when leaving Bulgaria, you go past signs for Duty Free and because you don't want any Duty Free, you ignore them and head straight to the Turkish border. We were stamped into ...
... extension of the Silk Road, has been the center of sericulture and silk production since the 15th Century, producing silk cloth and also
silk threads for the famous Hereke silk carpets.
First stop in Bursa is the Ulu Cami (Bursa Grand Mosque). Ulu Cami is the largest mosque ...
... the hospitality of being a great host. I got picked up at the bus station, after a long bus ride and ferry transport where I got attacked by gulls on the Marmara Sea. Homemade Graduate student dinner was followed by stories w/ Nargile. I then forced my new friends to watch Iman Shumpert and the NY Knick play Boston since it was a early game. They were all impressed when Shumpert dunked over the only player they ...
... Mosque, very nice. Then we went to the Grand Mosque, it’s huge and is very beautiful but there were so many people and all had to take off their shoes that the whole mosque smelled like feet. Sorry, I don’t mean to be disrespectful but it smelled like feet and underarms in the whole place. We couldn’t stay long as we were getting armpit-suffocated. After that, we got some free time at the Cocoon Bazaar which wasn’t a bazaar really but ...
... its silk trade which was set up in the 15th and 16th centuries.
It was 3:30pm by the time we arrived at the Koza Han building where gardens, fountains and benches were right in front of it. This very popular meeting place was quite crowded with locals and visitors resting and enjoying a sunny day.
The Koza Han building was a ...