Oglakcioglu Park Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... because checked in bags could only weigh 15Kg. So took things out of suitcases and stuffed them into hand luggage! Makes no sense to us but it does to the airline. Finally we were on our way to Izmir more or less south of Istanbul and arrived pretty much on time. For the first time in our 8 weeks away there was no one at information in the airport to help us with directions. A friendly airport worker finally helped us by phoning the hotel and ...
... here in the first century under Roman rule.
We picked up a pair of local lads who were walking down from the ruins. It seemed they were willing to stay in our car until Izmir. We needed a fill-up at the petrol station and asked them where they needed to get out. Only then did they say that is was fine and they got out.
We dropped though the urban blight and arrived at the expressway toward ...
... it was very clear when he said, "forbidden." We decided we were done!
But Wait, There's More!
No more than 45 seconds after the security guard came up and asked us not to sing any more, a massive group of Asian tourist walked up. And what do they do? Burst into song. What made it so great was that we knew the song. After a few seconds we all recognized it as "How Great Thou Art," albeit in a different language. On a personal ...
... hill and up another one it was ‘get over it, there’s 75 minutes to fill in, find something to do’. Pete was all over the place like a mountain goat, found an abandoned church with a man outside wearing a NZ 2011 world cup shirt – the man said ‘got through my uncle’s gate and his garden, have a look’ so he did but it was all locked up and looked as though the roof was collapsing. But it was an adventure anyway and ...
... than $100.00 daily here!
In less than a century, beginning with Ataturk's astonishingly rapid reforms, Turkey has transformed herself from a third world medieval theocracy (scornfully nicknamed the sick man of Europe prior to the First World War by the Great Powers) into a modern country with conveniences unimagined even a few decades earlier. Yes, and they are still still in the midst of that transformation, where ...