Safran Hotel

Address: Ortapazar Caddesi 9, Bursa, Bursa, 16040, Turkey | Hotel
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        A touch of silk

        A travel blog entry by os2015 on Sep 22, 2015

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        ... to a museum in 1935. Since Nov 2011 it again functions as a Mosque. Nearby was ancient Nicea which is now in ruins, but walls which originally were 5km long and about 10 m high are still partially in tact, probably because they are SO thick. We walked partway into the 'city', which incidentally is the origin of the Nicene Creed which is recited in Churches. Just near where the bus parked ...


        A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Dec 02, 2014

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        ... and the Spice Market, and finally, have a Turkish Hammam. Tick – Tick – Tick, yes we managed to achieve it all. Though on our first day we weren’t sure whether we would manage everything. We were planning on the Mosque and the Ayasofia, and the Topkapi Palace if we had the time. But as we were walking along the road, we were noticing a lot of police standing around, cops of motorbikes with some pretty beefy weapons. We stopped to talk to ...

        Day 3 - Bursa City tour

        A travel blog entry by wazinturkey_13 on Apr 16, 2013

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        ... cool really! Next we went to the 'tombs' of the Sultans who existed during the Ottoman reign. These are not the official final place of rest but more a place for people to observe and pay respects to each of the 6 Sultans who lived in Bursa. We then went to the 'Green' Mosque and Tomb, plus the Grand Mosque. Each have incredible history and it was just our luck that we had a group of screaming adolescents students ...

        Turkish adventures continued

        A travel blog entry by lghemphill on Dec 12, 2011

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        ... find a charming, beaten hamam bowl, used to pour water over yourself in the baths. Or to hang on the wall in your house in western Massachusetts. Mary Ellen and I split up for a bit, and met at the Blue Mosque in the late afternoon for one last visit, before wandering by the market for some dinner. We took the ferry to Bursa on Sunday morning and were met by our lovely hosts, a young couple named Umut and Duygu Eroglu, who lived in Washington state for ...

        Some things

        A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Nov 24, 2010

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        ... for them to shake hands and lightly touch both sides of their foreheads to each other. Age sometimes requires another type of physical greeting. If a youth approaches an old man or woman, it is respectful to take the hand of the elder and touch it briefly to the chin and then the forehead. Sort of similar to the 'wai' action common in Thailand.

        Lately I have been swimming in an overabundance of musical discovery and creation, something that always feels good. The ...