Tempo Residence Comfort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Tempo Residence Comfort Izmir
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... finished breakfast. We meandered around a bit, took pictures of some of the old houses, and continue on. It was nice to be in a different neighborhood. Besides I got a water for .25 TL, the cheapest yet.
We didn’t know what to do, but I had read about the Alsanjak for shopping and eating, so we told the taxi driver that’s where we wanted to go. We found more nice t-shirts, no purchase, beautiful flower shops, no purchase, ...
... telling me how he has seen all my favorite bands live when they were in their hay day!! I was so jealous but very glad that I had made a new friend! I exchanged Facebook and email information with him so now we can stay in contact and exchange music with each other after I have gone back to America. The final touch to the end of this wonderful night was when William and I went to a McDonalds because William was hungry. While in the the restaurant William ...
... we also had to negotiate the usual vendors convinced we had come just to buy their bag or pashima, post cards, Turkish delights and so on! On our way back to port we were informed we were going to stop at a leather shop – called for some reason a Leatherium– the best leather shop in the whole of Turkey of course – for a demonstration about leather. We stopped in front of an impressive building and out swarmed all the salesmen dressed in black suits ...
... at a family run restaurant, we continued up to the chapel marking the site where the Virgin Mary is believed to have spent her last days. Indeed, she may have come to the area with Saint John, who spent several years spreading Christianity nearby. Many Christian people make a pilgrimage and take water from the spring that surfaces at the site. We then had the obligatory leather factory visit, where models gave us a fashion parade of Prada and ...
... Oustide of the house there was a monk with a little kitten sitting beside him. We all cooed and ahhhed and took photos and then the Monk picked up the kitten and stuffed it into his cloak before disappearing!
We got back to Atilla's at around 3pm and immediately changed into our swimmers and headed for the pool. It was a lazy afternoon of beers and tanning and then I asked "Who wants to play ping pong", next thing you know Joel, Maxine, Pete and I were playing ...