Rasitler Bag Evi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... house, the woodwork and furnishings are just beautiful. The owner brings us coffee and cake whenever we return from a walk, and the breakfast she served us this morning was splendid...jams, cheeses, olives, nuts, breads, fruit, salads and of course tea. So many delicious foods to taste...we are working our way through the ...
... around the garden, the weather was beautiful, and I saw some interesting smaller objects within the museum itself. I'm planning on one or two other excursions over the next week, and maybe a shopping trip in Ankara if I have time - woohoo!
Also - I think I'm getting mentally adjusted to reading temperatures in Celsius, and I'm learning not to freak out when the temperature outside reads 5 or 10 degrees. Small victories :).
... there is a book with walking routes available, they only have one copy, we could borrow it if we were going back there to return it, were not, but the kind man emails us a PDF version. He told us that we would be lonely camping in the forest, but we like to be alone.
At Yenice town we have a quick walk around to see if there was a book shop to buy the walking guide, but there isn't.
We look at the map, consulted Doris and decide ...
... night was in a large room, but then we had to move to another lovely room, but with a bathroom so small the toilet paper had to be kept outside it (see pix). Although the bathroom was only the size of an average shower stall, it contained a toilet and sink as well as a shower. You could, if the fancy took you, simultaneously brush your teeth, have a shower, and undertake an evacuation.
... and Old Mosque date from that time. By the early 20C, with changes in international trade and the expansion of railways, it fell into decline. Many houses were simply abandoned by the population who left to seek a better life elsewhere. This beautiful little town had to wait until 1970’s for the process of renovation to begin. The Turkish Automobile Association was instrumental in the reburbishment of one old merchant’s house into a hotel. Quickly, a new era ...