Otantik Club Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... best' men's shed we've ever seen, no safety standards, and items made were sturdier than the building in which they were working!
Lunch in Bursa was at the Soganli Botanic Park in a fabulous outdoor restaurant where we were given a big welcome by the Chief Chef/Owner who insisted we see his small museum of this family business, then wanted his photo taken with some of us.
Then it was ...
Up at 5:00 to get ready, on the road at 7:15. Spent the morning in the bus (other than toilet and lunch stop), arriving at Pergamon about 14:00. Had a good trip up the side of a mountain (2000 feet up) in a cable car (on way back down it stopped and swayed in the wind). We had a tour through the ruins there - north Aegean region ...
... cops to ask about all the security. It turns out that “Papa” was visiting Istanbul today. Who is “Papa”? the response was “from the Vatican”. Ohhhh! Yes, we were in competition with His Holiness Pope Frances and both the Blue Mosque and Ayasofia were closed because Papa was going to visit them.
So we headed straight to the Topkapi Palace and did the self-guided Audio Tour through the Harem and the Palace. I ...
... we were from another planet as they stared at us during their visit. I quickly turned to my child-like nature by engaging in conversation and even managed to commandeer one of their free donuts...don't worry I paid him 1TL. We quickly turned our attention to lunch and it was going to be a special one..... Ískender kebab - traditional Turkish kebab - WOW! Check our the before and after photo...also great ...
... and half and Umut was a student of John Friends' brother Todd. Umut and Duygu showed us around Bursa both in their car and on foot, stopping for Turkish coffee (um, an acquired taste that I'm quite sure I may never acquire) in the old silk market, Koza Han. Bursa is famous for its silk. We visited the Green Tomb of Mehmet I, and several mosques along the way -- beautiful, but not nearly as impressive as those in Istanbul. We were taken to a ...