Hotel Delta Yss
- Continental Breakfast
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Just 30 miles east of Istanbul, on the North Shore of Marmara is the district of Gebez. I took a day trip, about an hour drive out there to see the Osman Hamdi Bey Museum. Osman Hamdi Bey was an Ottoman administrator, intellectual, art expert and also a prominent and pioneering painter. Osman Hamdi Bey actually lived in this house for 26 years in Gebze now it ...
A Turkish Village and vegetable market Today we visited a typical Turkish village named Kirikli a mosque and an outstanding Tuesday Farmers Market. There is nothing in North America quite like it. The quality and freshness and supply of produce is amazing. We bought a dozen tangerines for 1Turkish lira . That's about 50 cents US. Kusadasi the port ...
... to, or call for coffee at anytime, such generosity. We returned to Dream Catcher and set Doris to take us to Sile a costal resort on the Black Sea Coast, recommended by Murat. The traffic was once again very busy. As we were stopped in a queue of traffic, a man on the pavement was so busy looking and putting his thumbs up at us he walked onto a lamp post, we didn't laugh, honest! I was looking at the map trying to decide what the area was that we ...
... Some kept taking picture after picture and not moving, we eventually made them stop taking pictures so we could get around them. One more full day in Istanbul and I am going to spend it on the Bosphorus relaxing on the ferry. I seem to have gifts for everyone that was on my list, the only problem is that many of them are breakable and I am not sure how I am going to get the home. My backpack is full. I guess I can always be one of those that come with 2 carry ...
We had a whorl wind tour of Istanbul the first day of my Anzac Day tour. Saw many of the major monuments of the old city, including the blue mosque. Istanbul is a beautiful old city. It's difficult to comprehend how long some of the buildings have been there. The Turkish bath house we went to alone was over 580 years old. Over time, with the Ottoman Empire's ...