Masukiye

Address: Soguksu Mah. Sarmasik Sok. No:18 Masukiye, Kartepe, Kocaeli Province, 41295, Turkey | Hotel
 
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Location

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

... in Mumbai. There isn't a lot to chose from that allow pets, I have bookmarked three possibilities, once we have the dates we will email them to see if they have any vacancies. Once the oven was out Les diagnosed the heater plug as being faulty, we have a spare which he fitted and replaced the gauze at the same time, once all this was done and the kitchen put back together we ...

Kolay Gelsin - May Your Work Be Easy

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

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... and exciting moment, that I was very far from home.

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One of the most interesting (and at times challenging) ways to get "off the tourist path" when visiting a country is to do a home stay or to volunteer in some capacity. There are several organizations and networks that can facilitate this type of visit including HelpX and WWOOF (links below if you are interested).

http://www.helpx.net
http://www.wwoof.net
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Iznik

A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc on Oct 08, 2013

1 comment, 66 photos

... Rock in Jerusalem and can also be seen in many of the mosques in Istanbul. . In AD 325 Emperor Constantine chose it as the location of the first Ecumenical Council of the Christian Church. The meeting produced the Nicene Creed which is still used today. It was renamed Iznik in 1081. It is surrounded by city walls with four gates which were built in 200 BC by the Greeks. The ...

Our crazy drive to Iznik

A travel blog entry by mawakefi on Oct 08, 2009

... in my life. The sun took on a deep crimson hue as it sank between the velvety green forested mountains, the sky took on a dark vermillion tone, then the deep purple of night closed in upon us rapidly. And then, more gravel. Yeesh.

We were starting to regret it again when we entered the small town of Göynük, a picturesque mountain village that looked more Alpine than Turkish in nature. The road took us straight through the town centre, with quaint cornerstore ...

Agva - Sand and camping between the two rivers

A travel blog entry by gabador on Jul 29, 2009

2 comments, 57 photos

... wore on quietly. I felt like I was in a nativity play, the sounds were muted, dulled down and it felt more like an inside area than a wide open space...

I went to bed soon after. I felt no need to push myself through the tiredness. The camping space owner was ready to call us a taxi to order a beer for 5 liras each but we decided that we're good without for the night, so that became the one night I did not have beer on the entire trip since we left Romania. ...

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