Uzunkum Hotel

Address: Besirli Mah. Sahil Cad. No:206 Trabzon Merkez, Trabzon, Turkish Black Sea Coast, 61100, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Besirli Mah. Sahil Cad. No:206 Trabzon Merkez, Trabzon, is near Ataturk Kiosk, Boztepe, Avrupali Pazari (Russian Bazaar), and Ortahisar.
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Travel Blogs from Trabzon

Trabzon and the Sumela monastery

A travel blog entry by jillmac on Nov 01, 2013

1 comment, 21 photos

... around the entrance. It was set in beautiful gardens overlooking the Black sea which also featured a large bell tower flanked by an old cannon which was apparently unearthed by a local farmer while ploughing his fields. After we left the church we drove through the old city which was surrounded by an extensive stone wall past a stone castle and fort, up to an overlook which gave a magnificent panoramic view of the whole of the city and the Black Sea. We also visited an ...

Trabzon & Sumela Monastery

A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc on Sep 23, 2013

1 comment, 57 photos

... a trade gateway currently and historically when it was part of the Silk Road used by Venetian and Genoese merchants. It was also a focal point for trade with Iran and we saw a number of Iranians during our visit. The city gained importance under Roman rule in the 1st century due to its access to Armenia and to the Euphrates valley by Muslim merchants. After the fourth crusade in 1204 a Byzantine successor state was founded there until the Ottoman occupation in 1461. At this ...

Trabzon 2

A travel blog entry by p45 on Jul 13, 2013

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... by the US so to no bank is allowed to even hold their currency)
We walked around a few and then managed to pay it in.(luckily we knew where a bank was in town,¬ the one we had slept outside hours earlier).
As we had to wait for the visas, we drove to the beach right at end of the airport runway for a swim. We met an old turkish guy who was enthiusastically chuckling¬ all the time and offered us a proper turkish coffee - then took out Nescafe :) he was a very funny guy. We ...

A Short Distance, But A World Apart

A travel blog entry by parleusted on Nov 04, 2012

1 comment, 16 photos

... opportunity to visit Sumela. He said he had seen Sumela on TV hundreds of times but seeing it in person it was more beautiful than he had imagined. He was clearly moved by both the mountain setting of the monastery and beautiful wooded path through which we were hiking down. He went so far as to say that this was the most beautiful setting that he had ever been in! While that may be arguable, our visit to Sumela is something we are not likely to ever forget.

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1384. Food! Wonderful Food!

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Oct 02, 2012

47 photos

... city is quite narrow at this point, with the sea in front and wooded mountains in back, but following the main road/overpass as it rises up along the side of the mountain--and into the heart of the city. Here there's a large, cheery plaza with food... food... food all around. Here I play my park bench concert, watch very well dressed teenagers head off to school... then continue down the street to enjoy my 2nd, ...