Tempo Residence Comfort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Izmir. Whatever. Cruises are boring. Turkey could have been great if it weren't for cruise. Nothing has improved since yesterday. It is full of them whereever you go. Eating, swimming, sight seeing, they are everywhere. Of course we have a cabin, and that is absolutely the only way you can be free of them. Sight seeing would be great too, outside of tourist season. We assigned for a paid excursion. Because most of the people ...
... favorite site was the amphitheater. We were sitting near the top and the voices of the people talking on the stage below could be heard easily. It had really good acoustics. Then we left for one of our more relaxing stops, Citak Beach. The beach is a short drive from Ephesus. We parked nearby and took off our shoes and went for a walk. After many pictures we all gathered at a small restaurant on the beach to watch the sunset. The best part of ...
Today we traveled to the holy site of the House of Mary, otherwise known as Meryemana Evi. When we arrived at the site of the House of Mary we walked up a hill to access the quaint stone building. This building is considered to be the last house that the Virgin Mary lived in. The current chapel was built on the remaining foundation of the original House of Mary. As I walked through the house I took in the ...
... restaurant!! - Tea with the locals! Lows- I don't like buses! I'm bused out!! - Cheesy bread is not a Pide!!! - No, that mud won't help you lose weight!!! Do you want some cheese Pide? Sarah Lights- Sitting with locals over Apple Cay (tea!) - travertines were awesome - and so much fun to play in! - Russians in G - bangers - soo funny to see their poses!! Lows- Woman, feck off out of my photo shot!!!! - Shithouse cheese Pide - guilt over not going to ...
... stop was a greek neighborhood with very steep, narrow roads and a huge, red brick Greek school perched at the top of the hill. For the most part, the buildings were like row houses of all different colors, many empty and dilapidated. According to Izzet, this was turning into an up and coming neighborhood with people redoing and selling apartments for much more than they bought them. I guess gentrification isn't only a nyc thing. This neighborhood abutted Balat a ...