Tempo Residence Comfort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Today we got a taxi to visit Ephesus, about an hours drive south to see the ruins of this city. I was a bit worried where the taxi driver was taking us but turned out all good (even tho he drove 160km on the motorway and Mark thought something didn't sound right in the back, turns out we had puncture on the way back ...
... in the 1922 fire. The Turks regained control of Izmir, then called Smyrna, in September 1922 thus effectively finishing the Greco-Turkish War. The fire devastated majority of the city and everything was rebuilt. Buildings weren't tall and there was a large amount of space directly by the seaside.
Once plans were made in Izmir or make a highway directly by the sea. Thank goodness this was scrapped. The promenade was wide and had lanes ...
... instruments used in Islam like: Lyre Spike fiddle Nay Goblet drum Kettle drums Double reed Bagpipes Music is usually embraced in Islam as long as it is appropriate and contains no profanity! Islamic music has made to globalization and will continue to grow! There is a brief overview of Islamic music and it's history! :) I hope you learned something new and ...
... sulfur gas. People would see these gasses rising, most of those who got into the gas would die or become ill; hence it was a gateway to the underworld.
As with any good town, you entered through the main thoroughfare, a wide street called the Plateia. Here in Hierapolis you come in through the Arch of Domitian.
What we explored today was the Northern Necropolis ...
... this deliciousness to my cooking repertoire. I knew there were some great cooks in my family, so I was sure to learn the following phrase:
Ben mantı pişirmek öğrenmek istiyorum. (I want to learn to cook mantı)
It paid off, because tonight I got what I asked for: a cooking lesson!
My cousin, Seyime, is a fantastic cook, and mantiı happens to be one of her specialties. She was as excited ...