Grand Hotel Temizel
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Travel Blogs from Ayvalik
... at cable cart or 'Gondola' (in Turkish) place, we were to catch a cable cart to the top of the hill where we were to enter the museum site, it was really cold and raining currently but none the less we pushed on to get the site over and done with. We walked up the trail to the destroyed temple, It was really cool walking through what used to be a huge temple so many years ago. We then got plenty of photos of the great view, then we visited the ...
We came to Bergama as it is at the base of the old city of Pergamon. Bergama is a vibrant town with a very positive buzz. The traffic is crazy. The streets are narrow and cobbled. The campsites registered on Garmin are in fact car parks. However the parking spaces are too small for us to park in let alone camp. We found a more than adequate site behind a restaurant about 3Km from the town centre. It had green lawns and a lovely pool. It also ...
... 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 ...
... traveled to and around Turkey three times now and was a treasure trove of travel information. From day trip travel precautions regarding unreliable transportation in one city on our itinerary to explanations of ingredients in his favorite Turkish Chicken Pudding, he was quite the interesting, chocolate-flavored-cigarette-smoking individual.
When we arrived at the Otogar, Uncle Albert, David, and I hunted for a dolmuş that would pass our hotel (we ...
... of westerners were easily picked out. Within an hour of arriving we were settled into our ‘Pansiyon’ (basically a B&B). We initially were confronted with dodgy hotels by the water or the ‘ones’ next door that had been renovated and were twice the price.
After chatting with a couple of Aussie couples edging into retirement we followed their general direction up the hill to the older area of town where the narrow streets ...