Travel Blogs from Safranbolu
... the darling Kašak Camıı mosque with its wooden minaret and straddling the stream. The road, a path really, followed the steam. We were way beyond 200 meters and needed to go back. Dave backed up 300 meters to a place where he actually could turn the car around.
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We tried to go a new way as we got nearer the Cinci Hamam. We'd been stuck in the tiny lanes for ...
... we had to try some. I was expecting it to be horrible as I don't usually like turkish delight, but this I actually liked because it had a different texture and had nuts in. We all bought some sweets to take back with us. There were also other old shops which sold hand made jewellery, lamps and model ottoman style houses. I bought a ottoman house candle holder!
It started to get dark at around 4:30 so we took the bus back to Ankara.
... but is a developer with properties in Istanbul and spent time developing projects in France.Dinner was at a small quaint restaurant. Many locals do not speak English so the menu proved to be challenging. As we were trying to decide what to eat a fellow from a nearby table cam to assist us. He was in the Turkish military currently assigned to NATO and the head of his section was a Canadian. He was travelling with his wife (an operating room nurse) and a ...
... which is very expensive and grown in another village 22 km east of the city. There are many wood frame buildings some of which have been restored and others are in their original condition. Tomorrow we will do some more exploration because we are booked here for 2 nights. At the moment it is very pleasant just sitting in the patio area enjoying the background music, a local beer and the slight ...
... bummer. Driver was stressed. Then it was a short drive further up the roads to where we were staying at. Found hotel, checked in - thankfully my room was at ground floor! Heaven!! Left bags there, we were ready to walk up the road and visited a site that overlooked the whole town that is listed on UNESCO. The town are Ottoman housings. Original turkish buildings. Walked down the hill, onto narrow streets full of shop venders, shouting at us to look at their shops or asking us to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility