Tempo Residence Comfort
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Drove to Sirince for a walk around a Mediaeval village known for its wine making- tasted merlot & Sauvignon Blanc, different to what we are used to. Fruit wines of many sorts are a speciality. Pomegranate juice was the health hit that day- tart to say the least but great once you got into it.
After dinner we went to the top floor of the hotel for views of the lights of Izmir- the colours & twinkling were like crystals. ...
... 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 ...
... towns and cultural Turkish dishes, However, it was also full of bus and plane travel and I believe that people's jet lag is catching up and making their fuses short. There have been a lot of agitated and unwarranted comments made by everyone. This does not please me but I understand it is due to stress and not animosity. I'm hoping by the end of the trip that everyone will be good friends and that the stress and tension will evaporate. Tomorrow is a new day and I can't ...
... for 5.00am, and the shuttle booked for 5.45am. Lights and Lows Andrew Lights- Nice and easy day - best pasta of the trip - I like Trains!! Lows- Leaving Selcuk!!! Sarah Lights- Downloaded the first season of Adventure Time!! Such a great show! - Meeting Mushroom - Getting more rest (we have been going a bit crazy with the walking of late!) Lows- Having to leave Mushroom - Wanting to be in Cappadocia already!!! - Leaving ...
... So that was another fantastic morning’s sightseeing, this is such an interesting country, so full of history.
The drive to Izmir was about four hours but we had long stop and a short one. One was another visit to a cuzzy’s shop, leather goods, but actually it ended up being surprisingly good. The history here goes back to the third century BC when they made parchment here out of the skin of unborn lambs, paper came later. Turkey ...