Halic Park Hotel
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Another early breakfast after a good nights sleep, a few people look a bit worse for wear after yesterday. Breakfast at 7am and coach departs about 8.15. About a 2 hour trip along the old coast road rather than motorway, giving us some fantastic views of the Aegean coastline. Arriving in Izmir we ...
... families dropping their loved ones at the bus stops, presumably for the to return to work after the festival. After a short while we were back at sea level, we pulled of the road at a sign advertising a camping site, we drove on to the beach, there were a couple if families having a picnic, but no sign of anyone yo pay, we parked up on the beach and settled to watch the sunset, unfortunately the clouds prevented it from being a wonderful ...
... were dotted around
the hill sides, inter dispersed with bright green pine trees and the silvery shades of the olive trees, we passed a man walking along side his pack horse, and cattle, horses and sheep were grazing.at the road edge. We arrived early and it was fairly quite. We wandered around the old town, the narrow cobbled lanes rose from the seafront steeply, the cottages and houses(of which a few were for sale and would fit into our property portfolio :) ) were in ...
... lure certainly worked on us as the soft bluish light and spritely lounge music drew us in. A young man served us with a polished flair for service and polite quality English. His recommended dish was well received: šitir manti is basically fried dumplings on cool (and delicious) yogurt topped with warm tomato sauce.
Saying goodnight to our congenial host, we stepped into the past for a few minutes as we strolled up the quiet cobblestone alleyways to our Pansiyon. ...
... else to link it to anything from Homer's story. Other than the enormous wooden horse they built beside the car park which one can climb into and look out of its windows, which actually turned out to be the boys’ favourite aspect of the site. As for the ruins, you really need to work your imagination to reconstruct every part of the city in your head. Nothing stands in any way that allows you to picture what it was ...