Address: Soguksu Mah. Sarmasik Sok. No:18 Masukiye, Kartepe, Kocaeli Province, 41295, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Soguksu Mah. Sarmasik Sok. No:18 Masukiye, Kartepe.
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Travel Blogs from Kartepe

Day 59

A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Sep 29, 2014

It's still very windy and the ground is very muddy, they horrible clarty mud that builds up under your shoes. The forecast isn't good for today so Maintenance us going to repair the oven, it's predicted as 'A big job'! Whilst the shelves at the side if the cooker are dismantled to give access to the fixings, followed by a lot of grunting and sprottling to get the oven out, I ...

From a bad dream to a dream come true

A travel blog entry by silk-road-rider on Sep 24, 2014

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... by the hour. One observation I can make about Turkish dogs. I also recall this trait from our trip in 2000. Turkish dogs can bark for hours in the night. And in the wide open spaces in which we camp, their barking can be heard for what seems like hours. I have been listening to one dog some distance away for 30-45 minutes. It just stopped moments ago but now I hear others eager to fill the void. Paper thin tent walls don't have any sound insulating properties. ...

Kolay Gelsin - May Your Work Be Easy

A travel blog entry by another-sky on Oct 12, 2013

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... often subtle, and on one occasion, at least, sublime. Turkey is a Muslim country, and every morning just before dawn, the call to prayer rang out from the mosques in the villages around the farm. To the unaccustomed ear, it is a strange and jarring chant to wake up to, especially when distorted by loudspeakers and distance. One morning, in the early light, an unexpected response to the daily dawn call came from just beyond the borders of the ...

Ruins of St. Sophia and City Walls in Iznik

A travel blog entry by momentsintime on Mar 14, 2011

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... Daghan inside the remnants of the old church as he explained to us its history while we looked all around. It was erected after an earthquake in 1065 AD replacing an earlier version of it. Interesting facts however, there wasn’t very much to see inside the ancient structure except its walls which were still standing along with its roof, this latter probably having been replaced recently!


Agva - Sand and camping between the two rivers

A travel blog entry by gabador on Jul 29, 2009

2 comments, 57 photos

We packed, and got ready early-ish, as it took me almost an hour to sort through my clothes, pack them, then leave space in mmy bag for the laundry. Both Jon and I decided to lighten our load, and out of the 11 pairs of socks and 10 briefs, to lose a few. We also got rid of two T-shirts each, and Jon a pair of shorts, yet the bag still felt as heavy as ever. We asked about how to get to Ağva again from the receptionist girl upstairs, then collected my laundry, which was ...

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