Limak Limra Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... lunch we stopped at a cafe and had gozleme (pron. gertzlemee) and apple tea. Gozleme are a Turkish pancake made from a flour/water/salt/oil dough and rolled out thinly. They are then cooked on a heated plate which is sometimes electric and sometimes heated by coals. The pancakes are usually stuffed with feta cheese and herbs, or sometimes with meat or egg. They are very delicious - or cok lezzetli in the local ...
... as there are no others around. Above the cliffs is the ancient city of Hieropolis (Holy City), a Graeco-Roman and later Byzantine city. Much of it is in pieces scattered over the land due to earthquake damage but there are a couple of jewels there. One is the beautifully formed and resorted amphitheatre. It is a real treasure and definitely worth the walk up the hill to see it. The Romans made full use ...
... actions for length, style, straight or curved! Ok! All going well. He cut it quite a bit shorter than usual - maybe that was my fault.
When he went to dry it I asked for some mousse. He finally understood but put half a bottle in and then dried it with this weird diffuser thing to try and make it curly! I wasn't sure what he was doing and then realised he had finished. It ...
... The merchants in the middle east are very advanced in these areas, it goes way beyond my understanding. Usually wheat and barley is traded in this area there are not many exotic fruits, unless it is coming from the incoming merchants and traders. The Turkish people created water way systems for agriculture. Turkey is located near water, making it a great water trade route, as well as a a great way to harness water for plants and livestock. ...
*If you want to be able to laugh at the above line, you'll just have to go to Olympos and stay at Saban. So, I just realized that the last blog I posted did not synch from my ipad to the Internet, so the page long write-up I had has disappeared and you were left with two incoherent sentences. My apologies to those of you who use this to waste time at work (Christy). From Pamukkale, the town where my in-depth blog never actually posted, I made my way to Olympos ...