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

    Bursa Highlights

    A travel blog entry by ocswanderers on Jun 22, 2013

    2 comments, 4 photos

    The last 24 hours were full of travel and shopping. We didn't blog last night because of a traffic jam that kept us on the bus in Istanbul for 2 1/2 hours, putting us late for dinner and causing us to have to run for the hovercraft ferry that took us across the water from Istanbul to Bursa. We had spent several hours at the spice market after being served traditional grilled fish hoagies beside the Bosphorous. I have to say this ...

    Semazen (Sufi 'Dance' Tradition)

    A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Aug 30, 2011

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... perhaps 10 years old. Their spinning was notably more wobbly, but it didn't detract much from the performance at all. We went 'backstage' afterwards and saw one of the small boys performing extra spins as punishment for his lack of technique, as we talked with the 'master.'

    While they are spinning, a choir sings and traditional Turkish instruments are played. One of these instruments is called a 'ney' and it resembles a ...

    This Modern Place

    A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Feb 04, 2011

    I should make this note before anything, since I feel it deserves to be said. Turkey is a very modern place. Personally I knew nothing about the nation before I came here, and admittedly that's a fault about most countries I can admit to having, in and of itself worth putting effort into bringing down. There is an insane amount of traffic, malls and movie theaters are most certainly here and in large fashion, right alongside smaller shops ...


    A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Dec 13, 2010

    ... trying to learn English for her job, but she told me that she is making a bid for a position in Istanbul, which requires a certain level of English fluency. Not a big surprise there, but she spoke about it with such graveness to her voice that I finally understood why this is so meaningful a goal to her. She sat me down, looked me in the eye and told me, "Please. Please help me to learn. I need to learn." Some people at ...

    Rain, Rats, and Reputation

    A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Oct 18, 2010


    ... together and make sure I'm prepared. Well, this wasn't exactly the situation, as I was called into work last week and told that I have 10 minutes to prepare for a 2 hour lesson that wasn't supposed to happen until two days from then. Alright then. They threw some materials at me and sent me into the lion's den; I came out unscathed and feeling wonderful. The administration was a bit wary of having me head up this lesson on such short notice (which was the byproduct of ...