Otel Vidinli Samsun
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... she continued to tease him for a while looking through the window. We decide to have lunch, hoping that the clouds may disperse and the view reveal itself.
A few people are arriving either on foot or in cars, one of the cars has a family in it, the father spoke good English and we chatted about our travels, he offered us tea and simit, 'We already have lunch, thank you anyway' we offered them a biscuit, but they declined. As they left they asked if we needed help with ...
After breakfast Les took the bus back to the shop to sort out the charger, I did the washing and gave Dream Catcher a thorough clean to remove all the dust collected at Yedigoller, also the dog hairs that collect in all the nooks and crannies. When Les returned with the modified plug he checked it worked. We then drove to catch the ferry to ...
... computer work, etc. We're both feeling much better, and I think our little break was worth it to be in good shape for the next leg of our journey. Sorry, no pictures - there are some nice professional shots of the hotel on their website if anyone is curious :)
One of the things I'm having to learn about this whole research process is that, not unlike most everything else in life, not every adventure or attempt is going to be successful. We had one of those days today. I had seen brief references in some of my sources to ruins that were around the area/neighborhood of Amisos Hill, so we set out this morning to walk around the surrounding area and see if we could find anything, as these ...
... br> Finally, we took the cable car back down the hill and explored perhaps one of the most, ahem, unique sites we've seen in Turkey thus far. According to Greek legend, there was a group of warrior women that inhabited the area around Samsun known as the Amazons, and the city has recently set up a mock Amazon "village," which showcases realistic-looking models of Amazon women performing various tasks. There is also an ...