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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Nilya Hotel was comfy and cosy and they offered you tea, coffee, mixed juice, peach juice or nectarine juice when you came back from there day out but there was no TV in the room the only TV they had was in the reception room where they served up a nice meal of Turkish Bagel, carrot and cucumber sticks, apple quarters, yoghurt and an oppitional egg.
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Lisa's booked a train to Emphasis. It's three hours of Turkish countryside for $6.50 Canadian. Can't beat it. Travel is relatively easy in Turkey. There is always, always someone who can speak a -leetle-bit. If not they don't give up until there's some sort of agreement or understanding. If all else fails, there's çay (pronounced "chai") tea …
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