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Travel Blogs from Bursa
... east meets west geographically and culturally. Istanbul is home to a transcontinental bridge; bridging Europe and Asia. Culturally, it is exceptionally modern. Whilst it is easy to forget that Turkey is a secular country some days, Istanbul has everything you would expect in a city of 14,000,000 residents. The streets are clean, the facilities are bilingual, the wifi is fast and the sights are huge and abundant. And of course, the people are getting on with it. Like ...
... have to take your shoes off before you going into the Mosque and there is a carpeted section at both doors, with lots of signs saying “Don’t wear shoes on the carpet”, but what do people do? They stop on the carpet and try to put their shoes on and then wonder why the security people at stopping them. Yes, I understand that it was raining but you didn’t have to walk out into the rain to reach somewhere where you can sit down and put your ...
... Gordion Knot. Again, the prediction was that the first man to untie the knot would become the ruler of the world. Alexander the Great arrived, and after trying many times to undo it, took out his sword and cut it in half. Naturally, he became the ruler of the world. Another tale concerns King Midas, whose tomb we visited. Dionysius granted Midas one wish, and without thinking, he said "I want everything I touch to turn to gold." This ...
... since the filming of a television soap opera several years ago, this small village had become a very popular tourist destination. I could see why!
Stepping out of the motor coach, we were the only ones around. No other tour bus had arrived which in a way, was better for us. We had the entire place all to ourselves! Woohoo. However, since it was still early in ...
... it by simply hopping to a nearby Greek island for a day or two. That would be my proverbial "**** off" to the system.
The rains have started up once again, after about a month long, blissful hiatus. We'll have to wait and see if the repairs to the apartment our shady landlord made stand up to the test.
Stayin dry for now. Thanks for reading! Hope you are all enjoying the start of the holiday season.
Here are some more pictures from the recent trip, enjoy!
Other places to stay in Bursa
Uludag Universitesi Gorukle Kampusu Gorukle, Nilufer, Bursa | 4 star hotelfrom $86
Cekirge Meydani Cekirge, Osmangazi, Bursa | 5 star hotelfrom $84
- Under construction
Ulubatli Hasan Bulvar No 5, Bursa | 5 star hotelfrom $96
- TOP CLASS
Ulubatli Hasan Bulvari 55, Bursa | 3 star hotelfrom $79
Zubeyde Hanim Caddesi, Bursa | Hotelfrom $73
Ortapazar Caddesi 9, Bursa | Hotelfrom $120
Oteller Bolgesi, Uludag | 4 star hotel
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Otantik Club Hotel Botanik Parki, Bursa | Hotelfrom $86
Cekirge Cd. No 21 , Bursa | 3 star hotelfrom $53
Ulubatl_ Hasan Bulvar_ No : 33 Osmangazi, Bursa | Hotelfrom $79
1. Gelisim Oteller Bolgesi, Bursa | Hotelfrom $39
Yeni Yalova Cad. No 349, Bursa | 3 star hotelfrom $91
Yeni Yalova Yolu 9 Km, Bursa | 4 star hotelfrom $106
Celal Bayar Cad. No:195, Osmangazi Merkez, Bursa | 4 star hotelfrom $80
2. Gelisim Bolgesi Oteller Mevki No:2 Uludag, Osmangazi, Uludag | 4 star hotelfrom $77