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

      Rain, Rats, and Reputation

      A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Oct 18, 2010

      2 comments

      ... on and on, and it wasn't for lack of effort I assure you. In contrast, I spent hardly any time preparing for my lesson this morning (on account of the fact that I was blown-out tired from yesterday), and yet the class ran so smoothly. I had a few activities in mind, but the majority of the class was developed on the spot, in a relaxed, no rush manner. I even incorporated some extra material in the form of showing an episode of 'Modern Family' (which is a show that you ...

      Travertines, Turkish Baths, and Whirling Dirvishes

      A travel blog entry by noalarmclocks on Jun 01, 2009

      1 comment, 42 photos

      ... two islands, so we had
      a lovely view of Lake Egirdir from our Lale Pension window. After
      arriving, we walked up the peninsula, where most hotels are situated,
      and stopped for Turkish tea in the garden of Canada! It is the name
      given to the former Soul Island, so we felt quite at home!

      The next day, Matt, Gail and David rented mountain bikes from the pension
      and spent the day peddling a 55 km return bike trip to Lake Kovada
      ...

      An "Art Camp" Experience

      A travel blog entry by oldrover on Aug 25, 2008

      7 photos

      ... architect spoke vaguely about the project. The church was to be converted into a community center. I was told the mayor was from that particular sub-community of the suburban municipality of Bursa. Initially these were little villages, now being slowly merged into the spreading suburbs of greater Bursa. The village had been initially populated by Christian Greeks and Bulgarians. I don't know about the Bulgarians, but the Greeks and Turks exchanged ...

      Not Your Usual Blog: A Cynics View of Degradation

      A travel blog entry by oldrover on Jul 07, 2008

      ... said.

      Population growth combined with unsustainable consumption has resulted in an increasingly stressed planet where natural disasters and environmental degradation endanger people, plants and animal species.

      Persistent problems include a rapid rise of "dead zones," where marine life no longer can be supported because pollutants like runoff fertilizers deplete oxygen. But Mr. Steiner, of the Environment Program, did note that Western European governments had ...

      Bursa: After the Flood

      A travel blog entry by oldrover on Jul 02, 2008

      6 photos

      ... In the evening we went to the Karabaş-i Veli Cultural Center for an evening performance of the Whirling Dervishes and accompanying music and song. The ney player (the ney is a bamboo flute) recognized me from previous attendances, and invited the three of us to have tea with him after the evening session.

      Afterwards, I walked with him and his family part of the way back to my place, as I had to get to bed for the next day's outing with the ...