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TravelPod Member ReviewsCelay Hotel Ovacik
2nd may 2014
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... on the outside of the market at the designated time, we then were taken to a nice glass blowing place near by, it was really cool to see how they built things out of glass and to see what they could craft out of glass. After this we all got back onto the bus and were driven to the place where the first car made in Turkey was, we stopped, then went into the area where it was, talked about it for about a minute (We were given very sketchy details on the car, I am ...
Saturday 30th May 2015:
We woke at around 7:30 AM today, Dominic and I got up, did the usual, except today we had to fully pack, then we did all the morning stuff, then went down to the buffet breakfast where we did the usual, you should know it by now, ate until we could no more. After breakfast we handed in the room key and then took our bags out to the bus, we all then boarded then were driven to the actual Troya horse that was used in the movie 'Troy' ...
... large tile piece, approximately 12 square wide and 15 squares tall that was going to Hamburg.
From there a walk along a street with many wooden houses, some under renovation and other very much in need of renovation.
Walked to the Dönenıer Camii (mosque) which was used by the Mevlevi dervish group (Whirling Dervish).
Back to the hotel, then out for our last dinner with Liz and Doug as they head back to Istanbul and Sue and I head south to Antalya in the ...
Today we decided to visit all the small museums in the old part of town as they would be closed tomorrow. Our first stop was Tile and Ceramic Museum in a building that was the soup kitchen of a complex built by the last ruler of the Germiyan Principality next to the Great Mosque. Making ceramics started five thousand years ago in this area. The ceramics on display were beautiful with very intricate designs.
Also next to the Great Mosque is the ...
... On our way down to our hotel we found a geology museum which is housed in an old Hamami. The building was beautiful, some of the artifacts from the Hamam still in place. In the museum there was an interesting display of the process of making china dishes from porcelain - from the stone to the beautiful finished dishes of Kütahya Porcelain. Too bad all the signs were in Turkish. The building had great acoustics, Liz and Doug were singing and it sounded ...