Aeolian Gaea Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... couple of hours to walk the streets at our leisure before being picked up and taken to lunch. Izmir, third largest city in Turkey, some interesting sights sounds and smells. Followed by s buffet style lunch, there seems to be a pattern forming....and then on towards Ayvaik and the Grand Hotel ...
... down the countryside became greener, and the livestock returned to sheep and cows. At a village called Gulpinar we stopped for icecream and some other supplies. We saw signs to one of the ancient sights situated in the village and went to visit it, the ruins of Apollon Smitheon, a 2nd century BC temple to Appolo and Smitheon (Lord of the Mice). The site is still being excavated, but has some very good carved and inscribed relics. We set off ...
It's cold this morning only 15 degrees! The heater will soon warm us up!
We are heading for an interesting town on the coast, Ayvalik, behind the sea front there is an old Greek fishing village. During the the 'War of Independsnce' in the 1920's, the Greek population were forced to abandon their homes and relocate to Levos, whilst in turn the Turks from that island were compelled to start new lives in Ayvalik.
The journey there passed through some lovely scenery, ...
... and sugar and formed into blocks, we chose the chocolate one. We set off north heading for our next stop, we climbed quite high into the hills, we passed quite a few picnic sites along the way, but opted for a spot on a wide pull of at the top of the windy road. It was quite cold up here do we stayed on doors out of the wind. It's been a day with some very interesting flavours! Helva, Fer, a fizzy pear drop flavoured drink and local wine that tastes of ...
... again and he gives us the name, Michael Pascoe, of course, ABC journalist! Poor Mike has developed a very sore toe and can hardly walk so has to miss our tour to Ephesus. It is an awe inspiring...to think it has only really been discovered over the last 70 years or so. However, there are THOUSANDS of people there and you can only really get a broad picture of its importance as the capital of Asia Minor and at its height (around 400AD) would ...