Best Western Hotel Konak
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... were built to keep the area for pedestrians only. Terrace houses were built so that the each house had a shaded area in front. The peristyle(courtyard) mosaics were visible & in wonderful condition. Geometric designs in limestone & terra cotta.
The inscription museum was fabulous not least because we could trace over the words with our fingers. Looking up the via were rows of Cypress trees & columns- ...
... it was a couple arguing. I thought he was talking to us. We stopped and looked around. Sure enough, others in the neighborhood signaled to us that we needed to turn the OTHER way. It was great to have the help but also a lesson that we are always being noticed. We zigged and zagged to the main artery out of old town.
Today's destination is Izmir. The coastal route is not the scenic way this ...
... with beef on top and a sauce with a tomato base. We poured more tomato sauce on top, topped it off with a steaming pot of butter sauce, and then dipped it in yogurt sauce (because why not?). The dish was dense, filling, and delicious. My definite favorite so ...
... was like a tardis with long hallways, many turns, literally dozens of rooms ready to show the clients what they want to see. They showed us how the carpets were knotted, gave us cold drinks including a ‘medicinal’ dose of Raki which Pete said was pretty strong, and spread out dozens of carpets, one on top of the other, to look at and walk on. One salesman latched on to me, I said I had three carpets and wasn’t interested but he took me ...
... very pretty there and well kept, but the bulk of the site is very dry and stony. We poked our noses into the main thermal pool area (paid for, not free like the terraces) and then headed all the way up the hill to St Philip’s temple, dedicated to St Philip who was one of Jesus’ disciples and was murdered in this area in AD84 by the emperor Domitian. Just a year or so ago the Pope dedicated the temple as being a minor pilgrimage site. And in fact when ...