Yelkenkaya Hotel

Address: Bayramoglu Mevki Piri Reis Mah. Yelken Kaya Cad. No: 69, Darica, Kocaeli Province, 41700, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bayramoglu Mevki Piri Reis Mah. Yelken Kaya Cad. No: 69, Darica.
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    A travel blog entry by robbiej on Aug 01, 2015

    ... hike through a creepy pine forest gave a new definition to the word humid. My shirt had nearly changed colour by the time we reached the top. Chelsea kept checking her **** because "it better be amazing after this.." We finally reached the sulphur pits. It honestly looked like about half a dozen little camp fires surrounded by dehydrated tourists on the side of a hill.when we reached the top, fire was the last thing we wanted to see. After an ...

    Dubrovnik, Lindos , Rhodes Izmir and Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by jillmann on Jul 25, 2015

    26 photos

    ... to be found . This was so much better than rome's ruins. It is a whole roman city being unearthed and the terrace houses that they lived in including all the artefacts. You could just imagine being here in those times, it was probably the highlight of our trip, words and my photos don't do it justice. We have just had 48 hours in Istanbul. It is an amazing city. We stayed in a ...

    Turkey Turkey Turkey (part 1)

    A travel blog entry by lisakatemclean on Jul 18, 2015

    ... we did this week that stuck out for me was visiting the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia. Ayasofia was my favourite; we wandered around inside for ages, even walking to the top of the upper gallery and taking it all in. We didn't realise at the time but it actually used to be a church, which explained why there were tiled mosaics of Jesus and Mary etc. Okay heading out for our last trip to the grand bazaar now so part 2 on Turkey coming soon! Lisa ...


    A travel blog entry by janerob55 on Jul 18, 2015

    16 photos

    ... private'. The sultans supported as many as 300 concubines in the Harem, although numbers were usually lower than this. Upon entering the Harem, the girls would be schooled in Islam and in Turkish culture and language, as well as the arts of make-up, dress, comportment, music, reading, writing, embroidery and dancing. The sultan was allowed by Islamic law to have four legitimate wives, who received the title of kadın (wife). If a wife bore him a son she was ...

    Turkey and Crazy Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by harryabroad on Jul 02, 2015

    6 comments, 8 photos

    ... we passed a cyclist
    towing a Doggy Trailer with a dog in it, I gave him a big wave and thought we
    would catch up at the border… and that we did. The poor bugger was a crazy Belgium
    living in Germany and his name is Tommy. He had had a bad night the previous
    night because locals in the poor village where he camped harassed him in the
    night but they took some of his money and his food and belted his tent with
    stick during the night. So by the ...