Richmond Nua Wellness Spa

Address: Rustem Pasa Mah. Sahil Yolu Mevki, Sapanca, Sakarya, 54600, Turkey | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel is located on Rustem Pasa Mah. Sahil Yolu Mevki, Sapanca.
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      From a bad dream to a dream come true

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

      3 photos

      ... it but after days of going the root set by others I didn't realize just how close we were. All we seemed to focus on was whether we are at the top or bottom of a mountain. Anyway the Black Sea is not as black as its name suggests. It was white with breakers not unlike the west coast of Vancouver Island, and blue and black elsewhere. We stopped for photos of our first views on the sea and rode the highway west along beside it till lunch at 70 km. the lunch ...

      Day 8 . Wet Turkey

      A travel blog entry by stoddyblog on May 10, 2014

      1 comment

      Woke up to find tent coveted with snails, hung around for breakfast that wasn't worth the wait and left campsite about 8ish heading for Turkish border. The crossing was painful and took nearly two hours and as we headed towards Instanbul the heavans opened, some of the wettest riding I have done in diesel spill roads,not fun. Hugh traffic congestion on the Instanbul motorway ...


      A travel blog entry by europeantour13 on Jun 14, 2013

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      We stayed here cos it was close to Istanbul where we had to return the car. This was real suburbia - no tourists, and we stayed in a 4 star hotel - we were told there were only 2 hotels fit to stay in in this huge city. eating out was different as it was packed with ...

      Did someone say big wooden horse???

      A travel blog entry by ozandbackagain on Apr 25, 2012

      9 photos

      ... and Helen. It was interesting how the defences of the city was built, with the top of the walls being smeared in mud and plaster to make them impossible to climb and the gates to the city were around a tight corner allowing no room for a battering ram to be used. Clever engineering for 4000 years ago!!! We spent about an hour here, and played in the replica wooden horse for a while before heading back out of the site for some luncheon in the shade as the sun certainly ...

      Enter Charlie

      A travel blog entry by ashventures on Oct 02, 2010

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... receded silently back into the lawn and left us to finish eating.

      After a few hours' riding the daylight seemed to be running out and so we started to look for a place to doss. We took a rural road, got a bit lost and did a circuit before coming across a graveyard, where we found a quiet corner and pitched up, cooking a meal of lentil dhal with pasta which really hit the spot after what had been a 130 km day for ...