Hotel Cesmeli

Address: Gumusceken Cad. No:6 Heykel, Osmangazi, Bursa Province, Turkey | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Gumusceken Cad. No:6 Heykel, Osmangazi, is near Green Mosque (Yesil Camii), Green Tomb (Yesil Turbesi), Tombs of Osman and Orhan, and Covered Bazaar (Bedesten).
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    Travel Blogs from Osmangazi

    Turkey by bus...

    A travel blog entry by missmm_2206 on May 10, 2013

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    ... continent of Europe and crossing, by ferry, onto the the Asian continent on our way to the city of Bursa.

    The landscape was amazing - some parts so green and some parts rocky and arid. I saw shepherds with their animals, shanty towns and poppies growing out of rubbish dumps. Every apartment and house seems to sport a satellite dish and in some places the streets were so narrow you felt you could reach ...

    Blood in their eyes

    A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Aug 17, 2011

    ... his own fear about the situation. He's a police officer, and military and police groups are often favored targets by the terrorist factions within the country. For those unaware of these problems, here's a brief summary.


    Turkey has had an issue with the ethnic Kurdish population that lives within its borders, and beyond. Though most Kurds are peace loving, and wonderful people, they have been misrepresented by a problematic faction of their population, ...

    This Modern Place

    A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Feb 04, 2011

    ... Egyptian people want the same things any citizen of any nation would want: chances to educate, work, and otherwise live a happy existence with a government that is responsive and well-representative. Mubarak seemingly played ball on a fair amount of regional issues, fostering a certain level of stability in the middle-east. As fantastic as that sounds, if it was done with blind eyes and deaf ears to domestic needs such as poverty, ...

    Border Run

    A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Dec 11, 2010

    1 comment

    ... as well as entry and exit offices in a mad dash to get through the red tape and return home. It was actually kind of fun. Minus the lack of sleep. On the very empty bus from Bulgaria to Istanbul, I spotted a row of seats in the back that looked perfect to lay down across, so I indulged my tired side for a bit. That is, until one of the Bulgarian bus staff began yelling at me to get back to my seat. I assume he was Bulgarian ...

    Learning Curve

    A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Sep 27, 2010

    1 comment

    ... First you come to a residential area - grungy apartments and families buzzing about, little kids playing soccer in the street, which wind and curve aimlessly and labyrinth-like. Local bread and corner shops dot the scene here and there, and I dropped in a bought a loaf of great, fresh bread, ate it as I continued my climb. I passed one of many mosques, this one quite small, as middle-aged fathers washed their feet and hands outside before facing Mecca ...