Ontur Hotel Izmir
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... worked. The proprietor had a zany Lucille Ball energy, a real character. The ruins were as interesting as we'd hoped. We were lucky to be there on a day without cruise ships plus it was Turkey's Election Day so we didn't have to fight the crowds. More good food in Selcuk. One of the local cats joined us for dinner and when he didn't beg, we let him snooze on ...
Benny, Taylor and Will -All of this music is the same; there's no difference -Abrahamic religion, worship Allah and Mohammed is last prophet -five pillars of Islam are their beliefs and they follow them -they search for simplicity in life -music: art is usually looked down on: Arab, Arabic, Persian, Turkish and Indian -like western music there is theory connected -Islamic music is ...
... is beautiful and with a closer look you can read the wishes of the visitors in every language you can imagine. The beauty of nature that surrounded the home as well as the feeling of a sacred space was touching. The wall of wishes gave optimism to the space and hope that those wishes come true. On the way down the mountain from Saint Mary's house there was a nook with a prominent gold statue of Saint Mary. Ephesus was our next stop down from the mountain. This was an ...
... hide and seek field in the world, with so many holes to weave into, such as the Selime Church.
The next stop was no way bed as fascinating, as it was an onyx factory, where we witnessed the process of designing and pressing it. Supposedly this place is famous for its' zootenite (Turkish) family stone, which changes color in the light.
The final stop was at Pigeon Valley, where we watched the sun start to set over this incredible valley of stone teepees.
... take her photo. The stalls were full of linen and cotton products, a few spices, fruit wine is a specialty of the town and there were several shops inviting you in for tasting. Many women, old and young, were outside their stalls knitting or crocheting busily and there was a fine display of baby bootees, Grandma Johnson would have approved.
When Pete caught me up we had a look in the mosque and chatted with the young Imam and another man, ...