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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... out of 15 TL for a plate of food. And so the flow of life goes.
I've had a consistent cold for about 2 months now, and when I woke up Sunday I felt like I was about to pass out, and it was a miracle I made it through my morning lesson. I was hoping the damn thing would go away, but it seems it may have been doing the opposite. My boss mercifully cancelled my afternoon lesson and I went home and slept the day away. Later that night I went to a ...
... up in a hotel (not hostel, thankfully) by my employer for the time being, and it's quite nice. My feet have yet to wander pretty much at all, and that is where I am headed the moment I finish writing this. On the surface it looks fairly modern. But I won't say much more beyond that until I can see more. I tour the actual school I'm working at tomorrow in the afternoon. For now, it's time to do some exploring. Thanks for reading!
... discussion that led to the accepted concept. So I can't explain it. Except, however, it was not a design by a person of any apparent art training. For that matter, the other members of the wall graphic team were a combination of art students and students of art therapy. Only one, the Indian fellow, was a mature, trained, practicing artist. Thus, you have a graphic arrived at by a committee, and largely painted by art students who apparently don't practice ...
... my friend was in the throes of bailing on the situation, and deciding, and by phone to the bus company arranging, an earlier return to Ankara.
We returned to my house in Bursa, she packed, and we caught a city bus to the otogar, the large inter-city bus terminal. It was very close. Too close for any closing remarks. She ran to the bus which was just backing out of the dock, I following with her light luggage. And then she was gone with a wave.
... roughed out in the yard of the Görükle Municipal Maintenance shop and vehicle parking. The idea is that the major debris is better handled there, and of course, the work can proceed relatively undisturbed. The figures will be moved to the final site while still having some strength in substance, then be finely tuned by Okan.
There is not much to say about the work out there. I basically sat around all day, occasionally rousing myself to photograph work in ...