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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free airport shuttle
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... any problem, but then when they wanted to stamp the car through, they asked for the Insurance papers. "But we haven’t seen anywhere to buy insurance. Where do we get it? we asked. “Free Shop" was the response – which turns out to be the Duty Free shop behind us.
So we had to park the car and walk back into the Duty Free Shopping Area. And this is where it gets tricky. There was a big barrier down the middle of the Duty Free shopping ...
After lunch we then made our way to Yeşil Türbe (Green Tomb). The Green Tomb is a mausoleum of the fifth Ottoman Sultan, Mehmed I, in Bursa, Turkey. It was built by Mehmed's son and successor Murad II following the death of the sovereign in 1421.
Inside the tomb, is ...
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 ...
... mall for silk. Bursa is at the end of the Silk Road and is a very prosperous city. It was also the first Ottoman capital.
Silk scarves are nice but really rather useless, unless you wear head veils or you are a master at accessorising, at which I’m rather hopeless. So we went through the bazaar quickly, promenading with our two elder Aussies and it’s 40 C so we need a cold beer. Not one to be found because we’re too close ...
... 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 ...