Hotel Barcelona Yusufeli

Address: Arikli Mah. No:77 Yusufeli Merkez, Yusufeli, Artvin, Turkish Black Sea Coast, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Arikli Mah. No:77 Yusufeli Merkez, Yusufeli.
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Travel Blogs from Yusufeli

Georgian Valleys

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Apr 29, 2014

37 photos

... capped mountains.

Fat Cows, Woolly Sheep

Soon we were driving in lush alpine scenery with fat cows grazing on green grassy hillsides. Sheep too, they still had their coats and most had a few lambs at their sides. We drove through Karagöl Sahara Mıllı Parkı. The sweeping vistas and backdrop of the snowy ridges in the distance was jaw-dropping. ...

Thousand Year Old Church, Million Year Old Rocks

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Apr 28, 2014

32 photos

April 28, 2014

Otel Almatur. 125 TL (dbl w/breakfast)
Sunny 24 C, late clouds

The main route from Erzurum to Yusufeli was supposed to be extremely scenic and only 2.5 hours, ...

Black Sea Mountains Tour

A travel blog entry by josiah.chin on Jul 25, 2013

12 photos

... was dark and unlit. We pulled over to get a better look as soon as we found a suitable spot. It turned out to be the biggest dam in Turkey at 817 ft. high, 2,360 ft. long, and built with 3.4 million cubic meters of cement. While the top is only about four feet wide, the base is a whopping 200 ft. thick. Just completed in February 2012, it was definitely among the most recent additions ...

Barhal-Kars: Pansiyon Life in Mtns

A travel blog entry by chiapoe on Aug 12, 2012

49 photos

... Kackar peaks.

Unlike the northern side, which was constantly under a shroud of mist and fog, we had full view of the paradise that is the yaylalar: endless cascading streams running down the mountain, mixture of dense pine-forests and wide and verdant pastures dotted with boulders and wildflowers, tiny village settlements with no connection to the outside world other than the requisite power lines and satellite dishes, and small tracks ...

Doing Nowt

A travel blog entry by petcul on Sep 30, 2010

10 comments, 9 photos

This is the first place I have stayed for two nights since I left home and the first day I've not been on the bike. I did have a quiet word with her this morning to explain things. Her response was something along the lines of

"About bloody time too"

So we're both happy!

I took a stroll westwards and people watched. Farmers farming, road menders mending, ...