Kaya Hotel

Address: Pazar Mah Seyh Hamza Sok. No:9 , Samsun, Turkish Black Sea Coast, 55030 , Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Pazar Mah Seyh Hamza Sok. No:9 , Samsun.
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Travel Blogs from Samsun

Day 87

A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Oct 26, 2014

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... way here from England. There are a few stalls selling souvenirs in the mist, you can hire a quad bike here to explore the area, or an electric trike/scooter for the paved tracks. We just use our feet and have a short walk with a scramble up some rocks to see if there is a view, only the inside of a cloud is visible today. There are a lot of building works here, it looks like they intend to extend the cable car to the mountains summit, also there are some nice looking chalets ...

Day 86

A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Oct 26, 2014

... park entrance and pay the admission fee, then continue climbing, at the first camping area we stop. The fog has reduced visibility considerably. Bursa the city at the bottom of the mountain is at sea level, we are now at 5500 feet. We cook our meal and I finish my book whilst Les updates Face Book. Occasionally it rains a little during the ...

A Step Back

A travel blog entry by bubbles48463 on Jul 19, 2014

Not much to report for today - I had pretty much seen everything I think I could see in the Samsun/Black Sea coastal area that was relevant for my research, and both John and I were feeling under the weather, so we decided to take it easy at the hotel and catch up ...

A Walk around More than the Block

A travel blog entry by bubbles48463 on Jul 17, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

... their guests. Once the server figured out that we were foreigners, he not only brought us what we had ordered, but kept bringing us free samples of various other things in the shop. He seemed interested in practicing his English as well, and it ended up being a really nice place to sit down and catch our breath for a little while.

Afterwards we walked over to the Samsun Archaeology Museum and saw some interesting things on ...

Two young Giffers on a Motorbike in Turkey

A travel blog entry by jennifer63 on Jul 13, 2014

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... staying,"follow me" he said and took us to probably the best campsite I have ever been to, spotlessly clean, large site with very spacious pitches, but when we were offered a log cabin for £13 per night with a good reduction for several nights it would have been rude to say no. We then spent 2 hours being taken around and introduced to the locals, the shop and local restaurant. As it is Ramadan, there is no alcohol, huh, but he organised some beer for us from behind the counter and ...

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