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... eggplant salad. The lamb is served on large platter and covered under squares of tortilla type bread. We rolled the meat in it with tomato, onion and cucumber. It turned out to be one of the best meals we had in Turkey.
We decided to call it a day at this glitzy Resort Hotel Safaklar along the route. A small room with curtains a bit too glittery for our taste. Also overpriced. We slept like babies though.... ...
... his life and death. On our way back by the statue is see many floral wreaths placed by the statue in honour of this popular politician. Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the Turkish Republic and its first President, stands as a towering figure of the 20th Century. Among the great leaders of history, few have achieved so much in so short period, transformed the life of a nations decisively, and given such profound inspiration to the world at large.
Emerging as a ...
... I all fell asleep on the bus, while the guide chatted away about Turkey. She could have been talking about the country's space program for all the attention we paid. Suddenly we pulled up in a dusty car park, and everyone piled off into the heat. We tuned in our little headsets and Tuly, our guide, started talking about Ephesus. We spent over an hour walking down through the ruins, fighting for shade and footpath with hundreds of people (there was another massive cruise ship ...
... house and said a prayer. There were several glass cases outside of the home that contained candles that had been lit and placed next to other candles. Jason and I each lit a candle on the far end of the cases. We didn’t want to light a candle next to the fighting Russian ladies in the event that a strong wind came and blew theirs out. We overthink everything.
The last stop after seeing Mary’s house was the wishing wall. ...
Nice leisurely start today didn't leave until 9. Linda and Simon the kiwis were leaving us so we had a group photo said our goodbyes and boarded the bus for Pamukkale to visit the white calcium terraces known as Travertines and the ancient city of Hierapolis. Limestone terraces were very interesting unfortunately water ...
Other places to stay in Aydin
Aydin Mugla Karayolu 3. km., Aydin | 4 star hotelfrom $109