Grand Efe Hotel
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Day four of this experience was all about going back in time. Our class had a once and a lifetime experience of witnessing ancient grounds and standing in the same place as some significant people from history.
Together our class and our professors traveled to Ephesus where history is deeply in rooted. Once arriving there we first viewed an area of great importance. It is believed that the Virgin Mary who ...
... cream and another sweet treat that resembled and tasted like a mix between a vanilla pudding and a creme brûlée. Filled up on delicious treats, we once more boarded the bus and took the hour long trip back to Izmir where we finally made it to our hotel. We rested for about thirty minutes and then made our way to the 14 floor where we enjoyed a very nice but simple dinner of salad, mushroom soup, chicken and rice, topped off with a very enjoyable glass of ...
... no English that you had to pay to shower. We paid and had a proper shower with all the soaps etc. He looked like he was just used to locals just rinsing the salt water off. Anyway it was great and after that Set up the car for sleeping and then bought a couple of beers and walked onto the beach and sat and watched the nightlife. There was the local star on the microphone blaring out ...
... still nothing under $500 US. So no - no leather for me...just some photos and a toilet stop! There are three older ladies who always sit at the back of the bus (no seat rotation for them ) they were into the ouzo at the leather factory and were quite the raucous triplets in the back row on the way to the hotel....good on them I say!
Next blog will be about our visit to Pergamon and Troy.
... across the bay and to the neon lit sign indicated that boats didn’t sail to Konak from here. I proceeded to do the ‘stuck in an invisible box’ routine whilst Roisin pulled me along with an imaginary rope. This was our way of saying ‘thanks for the info!!!’
We had now been walking along the Kordon for about 45 minutes. Fishermen were fishing off the side of the shore. Others were gainfully employed in collecting the green algae that ...