Yesemek Hotel

Address: Cukur Mah. Ismail Say Sok. No:4, Gaziantep, Gaziantep, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Cukur Mah. Ismail Say Sok. No:4, Gaziantep, is near Gaziantep Castle, Gaziantep Museum, Hasan Suzer Ethnography Museum, and Karatepe.
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        Travel Blogs from Gaziantep

        Death By Baklava

        A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Apr 27, 2014

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        ... about where to return it when we originally picked the car up, so we ended up just leaving the car in the airport parking lot, then giving the rental car company our best instructions about where to find it, as well as some cash to pay for the parking. I'm sure that's not the way things are supposed to be done, but the rental car company didn't complain.

        Keith's flight left within ten minutes of our flight (we were ...

        Mosaics and Pistachios

        A travel blog entry by wwatling on May 07, 2013

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        ... insulted her. That sparked the local revolt. This became part of the general War of Independence led by Attaturk. The town was called "Ghazi Ayintab" or 'Antep the war hero' and that name was officially adopted in 1928 as Gaziantep.

        We walk back outside and head uphill away from the main street. This area is undergoing some renovation to attract tourists, but still has some of the appeal of old narrow streets. We stop in the small Café Mina for a ...

        The Gateway to Hell

        A travel blog entry by tennis_tom on Oct 25, 2011

        Manipulating Robert into agreeing to go to Syria had been a masterclass of attrition on my part. From his original stance in London of 'I'm NOT going there in a million years', I had somehow got him to the point of going to Gaziantep, a godforsaken hellhole of a city in southern Turkey and the entry point into the syrian border. It had not been easy and it had taken months of gentle persuasion, nagging, reverse psychology and scaremongering. ...

        Thinking of Gazientep?.....Don't

        A travel blog entry by everywhere on Jun 30, 2011

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        ... It’s almost flight time.

        After lots of packing and repacking, Deb analyzing and prioritizing my possessions for me, and some slight anxiety, I was packed and ready to hit the road for Indo. Deb changed her flight back to Spain to leave the same day as me as high season had arrived and travel was now insanely expensive plus, we needed to leave Turkey before someone was going to get a karate chop to the nose. It was ...

        The Euphrates, Halfeti Boating & Cagdas Fistikli

        A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Jun 06, 2011

        26 photos

        ... lanes.....past metalworkers, blacksmiths, shoemakers, food vendors of every variety, clothing, childrens toys, copperbeaters & woodworkers, mountains of ground spices, garlands of dried chillies & aubergines..... some wonderful coffeehouses. Mosques everywhere, many with the B & W striped stone of the Arab style.
        We regrouped soon after 7pm. Bought some HQ baklava from one of the best producers in Turkey, Imam Cagdas (we spoke with ...