Diamond Park Hotel Safranbolu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Safranbolu
... Thought we were staying in a house, but because our group was so big, some of us ended up in a Carvanserai that has been converted. Very unique, can't believe we were staying in a place that the Silk Road merchants stayed at, luckily we were up top, not where the animals used to stay! Beautiful and fun town with lots of little shops with Turkish delight and so many other goods and ...
... UK anyway so feel the charges very reasonable considering we pay no tax in Turkey towards their health system – whatever it is. The treatment means 3 injections daily for 4 days. So whilst we continue our route eastwards we must find a hospital every 8 hours for an antibiotic top up for AG. This is not ideal but it could be worse - we could be in Iran having to do this.
*Plans have to change. ...
... Then she lathers rose scented soap and gives SG a relaxing massage. Finally there is a rinse of cool water.
As SG leaves the steam rooms, the ambient temperature of 30 degrees has never seemed so cool.
*Red faced & still ‘glowing’ SG returns to see whether AG is surviving.
*He is and it’s time for supper. On our way back to our lodging, we come across the local café with outside seating in a small courtyard ...
... color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">After standard Turkish breakfast, we loaded up the car to leave Amasra. It was around 10am.
Before we got out of town, the sun suddenly appeared and we stopped for some picture taking. The clouds closed in again too soon.
Turning South, Away from the Black Sea
The ride took us ...
... about 20 minutes, it was very strange but I guess completely normal for people there. When the man finally came back with our food, it was really good, but we did have to wait another 40 minutes for the man to come back again so we could pay!
Safranbolu is where saffron originally came from, and now the town is famous for a special kind of turkish delight which has saffron in it. There are many old sweet shops full of these ...