Karkay Hotel

1. Gelisim Oteller Bolgesi, Bursa, Bursa, 16010, Turkey | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bursa

Bursa neow

A travel blog entry by cherylandjeff

All I dıd was stop here overnıght on the way to galıpolı. saw the town square and ate a medıocre dınner. The hotel was very nıce and very close to the harbour and ıt had an awesome breakfast. then we walked over to the docks and caught a boat to ...

Turkish adventures continued

A travel blog entry by lghemphill


... of what I've seen of the driving and also $8 a gallon gas. No joke. The bus trip costs a mere $25 each way, and there is even wireless (which may be the case at home, too, but it has been a while since I've been on a public bus). Umut and Duygu are kindly letting us stay with them again on Wednesday evening when we return from our jaunt to the west coast. Now we are off to see the local university, where Umut used to work, on our way to the bus ...

Rough start

A travel blog entry by ejbeyer


... was a "Pre-Intermediate" level, which in actuality turned out to be closer to an absolute beginning level. Let's bring this back to square one, shall we?

Well, I had to. I tried to get them talking about music, to a semi-successful result. Their vocabulary was quite limited, I did my best to bolster their word banks with new terms, which they seemed to appreciate it. We had some small time chatting near the end of the session, mostly their questions about me. ...

Wherling Dervishes

A travel blog entry by carofoley


This morning we left Istanbul early to catch a ferry to Yalova and then a bus to Bursa. Bursa was a teeming, noisy, dirty city which didn't appeal to me at all. It was Saturday and the whole city, which is apparently the 5th largest city in Turkey, must have been out shopping.

On the city orientation we were taken to a shop which sold shadow puppets. The shop was jammed full of everything under the sun including these shadow ...

Getting Back in the Groove

A travel blog entry by oldrover


... So, I'm wondering, how much of the latter arising Ottoman society is directly due to the neighboring archetype of the Byzantine?

Then I soon read, on the first page of the book on Byzantine warfare: "Byzantium survived so long partly because internally it was well-organized, with an efficient fiscal and military system; and partly because these advantages, rooted in its late Roman past, lasted well into the 11th century."

My point here is the ...



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