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

        Fruit Stands, Windmills

        A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc on Oct 06, 2013

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        Road Trip day. Interesting start to the day. When we were showering the power went out. at breakfast we found out it would be out until around 1 pm and the VISA machine would not work. We didn't have enough cash to pay the bill and they had no paper backup. After several tries in the town I found a cash machine which was working. Temperature cooler today but nice blue sky. ...

        Charming Bursa

        A travel blog entry by travellingtess on Sep 29, 2012

        10 photos

        ... before we got out of the lodge. Walking back to the hotel, in the dark we formed a convoy, pointing out landmarks and well of potholes and other hazards on the footpath, one of which I fell victim to . Others in our group claim I went down quite elegantly but to me it felt like I fell like a ton of bricks. If I hadn't been intent of photographing the sign of a hotel which amused me I would have seen the hole. thanks Hotel Dikmen. Yes, this hotel does exist! Tomorrow morning we are off to ...


        A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Mar 30, 2011


        The great aspects about any journey or endeavor are the stories.

        I was riding a minibus to see some friends who go to school at the main university here, which is purposefully inconveniently located far away form the city center for fear of "them youngsters causin a ruckus and disrupting our moral values" more or less, when I ran into an old student of mine. She was going the same way, so we had a chance to catch up and talk. ...

        Uludağ and changes

        A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Jan 15, 2011

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        ... börek, which is a flaky and potato-based dish, fresh cheeses, boiled eggs, fruit and vegetables. Fresh and incredible. Continuing my Friday theme of eating like an Ottoman king, that same night I was invited to yet another student's home for dinner, where they served mantı (pronounced man-tuh), a sort of pasta dripped in garlic yogurt sauce and spices.

        I apologize again for the lack of posting. Yet more internet issues at the apartment add ...

        How old are you?

        A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Oct 04, 2010

        1 comment

        ... them right back up. He didn't bat an eye. I get the feeling that when dealing with these situations, the attitude is geared toward getting yours, and to hell with everyone else, because they will do the same. Now that I think about it, the insanity of driving here, though it remains unsafe to my standards, makes a bit more sense.

        That's all for now. Elementary/Pre-intermediate class from hell tonight and tomorrow night. Wish me luck.