Richmond Nua Wellness Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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From all accounts there is nothing to see between Cappadoccia and Istanbul and that's true for the most part. Hence we spent a full day on the road, 9 hrs until Greg our driver could go no further. There were, however, a few notable moments and a very interesting evening. Halfway along our journey, which was on a mostly flat, smooth and 3-laned impressive motorway, we looked to our left and found a huge pink lake. White shoreline ...
After a night for the TDA record book in terms of a wet and windy camp, we rode 121 km to ideal camping conditions: sunny, warm and windy, great for drying out clothes and equipment. Having done so much climbing yesterday we were left at the top of a mountain so our first klicks were downhill. Cool eh! Well yes it was but not for long. The wet-ish clothes I had put on were soon dry-ish allowing me to appreciate the surroundings I was cycling through. ...
... fighting for road space. I was side swiped by one car but luckerly managed to keep it together. Crossed over the Bospheros river into Asia and we meet with a motorway close and a long tiresome detour,finally arrived at hotel about 6pm to find it had no bar or restaurant and appears to be the the gay hotel for the town! There does not appear to be any females working here
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 ...
After a short ferry crossing and escaping the Anzac road blocks, we arrived at the Ancient site of Troy. We organised a guide between us all, so we knew what the blocks of stone actually were supposed to be! She spoke very good English and was most enthusiastic about her work. We saw many of the ruins of all ten cities that had all been built at different stages on top of each other. The most famous being mentioned in the Iliad is believed to be Troy 7, with the stories of ...