Kervansaray Bursa

Address: Aktar Hussam Mah. Fevzi Cakmak Cad. No:29 Altiparmak, Osmangazi, Bursa Province, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Aktar Hussam Mah. Fevzi Cakmak Cad. No:29 Altiparmak, Osmangazi, is near Green Mosque (Yesil Camii), Green Tomb (Yesil Turbesi), Tombs of Osman and Orhan, and Bursa Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts.
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    Travel Blogs from Osmangazi

    Rough start

    A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Sep 24, 2010

    1 comment

    ... if I had a girlfriend...oh god. I didn't even want to touch the ethics behind that one. so I just rolled off some fast English phrases and moved on. But mostly there were inquiries toward what I was doing in Bursa, Turkey, of all places? And I'll tell you, at that moment I was at a bit of a loss for words.

    Tomorrow I endeavor my first 4-hour general English class, and I'm a few shades of nervous at the moment. I've never taught for that long in a single ...

    Who wears short shorts?

    A travel blog entry by homersim on Sep 08, 2008

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    ... meal and a good break from the ubiquitous kebap. No english spoken between us, or anyone else for that matter. Met one guy who spoke english well, "Would you like a carpet?" "No hablo ingles." Getting a few looks here. City is roughly one million, literally have not seen another non-Turk. Everyone still accommodating though. Going to check out the mountains tomorrow, where they ski in the ...

    Bursa: Moving On. To the Dance.

    A travel blog entry by oldrover on Jul 13, 2008

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    ... filtered in. I was surprised to find it a free event. Earlier, near where I was waiting on a park bench outside, a bus contingent of police had arrived and milled about. Only one of them had a machine gun and bullet vest. Inside the gate my day pack was cursorily checked.

    Well, all I can say is, if you ever have the opportunity to see an international folk dance competition, Don't miss it! I thought it was wonderful. Oh, my god, the costumes! What beautiful colors ...

    Not Your Usual Blog: A Cynics View of Degradation

    A travel blog entry by oldrover on Jul 07, 2008

    ... and wealthier countries must aid these populations to develop more sustainable livelihoods or suffer the consequences, the report says.

    "All of our concerns here in Europe about immigration bypass the huge crisis that is already occurring in the developing world, which is already bad," he said. "If you add climate change to the mix, there's a danger of it spinning out of control."

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    Bursa: A Home on the Way?

    A travel blog entry by oldrover on Jun 09, 2008

    ... rooms are in the back, and, as the downstairs livingroom, somewhat dark and unuseful and unapealing to me at this time. The kitchen has a refrigerator and hotplate. The heating is gas (steam, perhaps). There is a clothes washer. Yet to see if it works.

    The rent is higher than I wanted, but can manage. And, again, the potential for a second lodger is there.

    It is in a very nice location, by my lights, though not in the areas I myself ...