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Hamam al-Basha or Turkish Baths

The Turkish Baths was built at the end of the 18th century by Governor of Acre, Jazzar Pasha. At first it was called “Hama al-Jadid” (the new Hamam), but its name was subsequently changed to Hamam al-Basha (the Pasha’s hamam), in honor of el-Jazzar. 106 more words

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Budapest: Give Me One Good Reason Why I Should Never Make a Change

“If you come from Paris to Budapest, you think you are in Moscow. But if you go from Moscow to Budapest, you think you are in Paris.” 1,008 more words

Cupid Out of Sorts—Is Advised to Take a Turkish Bath

By Anne Garner, Curator, Center for the History of Medicine and Public Health

Near Çemberlitas Square in Istanbul, a stone’s throw away from the Grand Bazaar, stands the ethereal Çemberlitas… 1,068 more words

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Budapest- you made it to the top 3

Top 3 city list that is, after London and Sydney of course!

31st March- Budapest (rest day)

There’s free breakfast at this hostel and boy did I get my money’s worth! 502 more words

A Mama Day Trip in Harrogate; The Turkish Baths and Stuzzi

Last week I was kindly invited to the Turkish Baths in Harrogate on a Mama day trip followed by lunch at Stuzzi‘s to help my friend celebrate her birthday.  532 more words

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Harrogate and its Turkish Baths

For my friend’s birthday treat,  I arranged a day out to Harrogate, North Yorkshire and a visit to its Turkish Baths,  The town is located 10 miles from Leeds/Bradford Airport and is easily accessible by train or car from York, Leeds or Skipton. 721 more words

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Day 77: Granada, Spain

Granada is a fantastic mix of a charming, ancient city and a youthful university town. And super affordable- My friend and I rented a four-bed apartment for 40 euros per night. 344 more words

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