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Travel Blogs from Izmir
... the bus to a few houses, chickens, and a couple of tents. We walked in and on the left was an older Turkish native hand rolling pancakes for gozlemelers. In this authentic restaurant we sat on floor pillows around tables. The atmosphere was full of decorative rugs, antlers on the wooden pillars, and the wood oven in the corner where they cook the meal. I got a spinach and cheese gozlemeler which was one of the best meals I had. It was simple, cheap, and you couldn't beat ...
... and coffee – with Turkish coffee described by our guide as the father of all coffees. They also apparently invented the Number 0 and according to our guide this was as revolutionary then as what the invention of computors has been to this century. Export is a big industry and contributes to Turkey having one of the rising economies of Europe. As we traveled to Ephesus, we passed pomegranate and orange plantations. Roadside stalls displayed vibrant trays of blood ...
... 6pm ferry so we sat at one of the many cafes and surprised her as she walked past towards the pier. Bags were sent with a local minicar to the house........no cars allowed on the island, only motorcycles, bikes and a few licensed taxis and trucks. We had our sunset drinks on the veranda as planned.......Kelly has been here twice before and declared that it was good to be home :-). Despite looking Irish I guess she is a little Greek after ...
... the replica Trojan Horse which would of been the coolest cubby house for any child growing up. It was 2 levels high with windows and kind of scary to climb down but I made it safely! From there we walked around the ruins of the Troy city. There were lots of animals (cats, puppies, squirrels) and in all honesty I wouldn't of minded if we didn't go to that stop.
I tried to sleep on the way to our next stop but it wasn't easy and I woke ...
... road that somehow added to, rather than detracting from, the energy and youthfulness of the people walking alongside it. Sitting on the dock in the late afternoon, a long line of elderly women sold bread, juice and flowers, peddling their goods up and down the busy walkway as the shadows began lengthening and the sun dipped in the sky. This city, generally overlooked by tourists, and eschewing the hunger for tourism that elsewhere in Turkey had nurtured, had strangely grown on us.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services