Rasitler Bag Evi
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After the amazing Cappadocia, I thought for sure my Turkey photos were coming to a close with only two days left. But today we visited some places that were very different from what we've seen so far. First it was to the capital of Turkey, Ankara. Here we visited the tomb of Ataturk, who truly shaped and formed modern Turkey. Here my tour group thought I might find an eligible bachelor ...
... hospital phobia.
*We speak no Turkish and rely on sign language at the A&E department of the local hospital. We expect a 4 hour wait at least ( isn’t that UK Government’s target?). AG is actually examined and treated within barely an hour. Admittedly we have to pay a modest £10 to be seen by a doctor and then a further £12 for a 4 day course of antibiotics. We pay prescription charges ...
... architectural style. Istanbul mosques are amongst the most attractive we have ever seen.
The evening walk to the Blue Mosque just before sunset turns out to be a magical highlight – one of many we hope.
When planning our trip we had worried about being in the Muslim world during Ramadam (a month of fasting ). But as it happens, being here during the most important month in the Islamic calendar will probably enhance our ...
... sun would appear. Still, this town quickly stole my heart. The beautifully restored Ottoman whitewashed homes, with shuttered windows, cling to the hillsides along the cobblestone lanes.
In the center, the "Cinci Hani", a 17th Century Caravanserai, the Cinci Hamam and the grande Izzet Paşa Camii mosque are still big part of daily life of the locals. We found this an extremely delightful town and ...
... 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 ...