Tempo Residence Gayrettepe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Homer's Iliad. In the 1870s, he blasted his way through the ruins, and eventually he did find the treasury, hidden in plain sight outside the city walls. He smuggled the jewels out of the country, and they're now scattered around the world. Some in Russia, some in Germany and many still in his family's possession. Sadly, none remain in Turkey.
Our next stop was the Naval base which includes a museum in the Çimenlik Fortress and ...
... or anything about me. No one has the right to say what they think about me to my face. And that's why I felt small, because these men genuinely believe they have power over women, that's just how they're brought up. I guess this inequality comes from their religion, their culture, but it's an interesting notion to think also about the fact that inequality stems from something much more obvious- that one of the sexes can kill the other with his bare hands. ...
... that if you've grown obsessed with maintaining a genetic lineage (and who hasn't?), then castration of all your male staff becomes a personnel policy. (Salary cuts, at least, land above the belt.)
The audio guides offered some insight into how to interpret the sparsely furnished exhibits. Few of the posted signs were in any language other than Turkish. The Turks LOVE their language so much they prefer that others learn Turkish rather than to ...
... feel that I was in a "familiar" place. We hiked to the top of Ayasuluk Hill, where the apostle John is believed to have written his gospel and had dinner at an Australian-run restaurant. We continued our adventures the next day with a visit to ancient Ephesos, arriving early enough to beat some of the tour groups and were able to enjoy having the impressive ancient theater to ourselves for a few minutes (one of the differences of going in November rather than ...
... Having missed it on our previous visit we were determined to see it this time. From there we walked up to the famous Grand Bazaar whose history dates back to the 1400s. With some 4000 shops, and allegedly between 250000 and 400000 visitors daily it really is something. There were huge crowds in and near the entrance and down the main mall area, but we had fun exploring some of the side streets where it was far less tourist within this ...