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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... drove straight to Eskişehir, only stopping once for a toilet break, so we were really moving and covering ground quickly. Soon there after a 2 and a half to 3 hour drive, it was made heaps longer by the horrendous traffic as we came into Eskişehir, We then got dropped off somewhere near our lunch destination which was an upstair kebab house, the area looked familiar as we came in, but it didn't click until we were inside the kebab house. We were in ...
... a wax figure museum in Eskisehir, it was pretty cool, but the wax figure of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk was pretty poor in quality especially as he is such an important person in Turkey's history, but yeah we then went onto an old town where they are famous for making pipes and smoking equipment, they carve pipes out of a special type of rock, which when you wet it, it turns into really hard clay which is able to be calved. After walking around here and some people purchasing different ...
... friend Hamish, we both sat with our teacher Halil, who enlightened us to what Turkey is really like and what has been happening in Turkey that has been screened and blocked out from the rest of the world, in one sentence, "Some scary Sh*t". After this we went back for our afternoon session, after this we went back to the Hotel and then went to a rotary meeting where Hamish and I sat together and talked to this 17 year old Turkish girl in year 12, she made us ...
We made our way back to the railway station we had arrived at in Izmir to catch our sleeper train to Eskisehir. Fortunately, David decided to check at the ticket window about our train, only to find out we had to go to a different station.
The taxi driver didn't seem to understand where we wanted to go and kept talking about taking us to a hotel - probably owned by his brother, uncle or cousin, ...
... It took about an hour to drive down the mountain in the rain and mist. Once we were out of Bursa we had a good run, arriving in time for a late lunch, We followed the road described in our guidebook, we know we are looking for rocks that have been carved. At a brown tourist sign we followed a track up the hillside, Les was loving the off roading climbing large boulders buried in the ground and splashing ...