Majesty Resort Mirage Park
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... renovated and turned into a museum in which many of his personal belongings and paintings are exhibited. He was a really important artist to the Turkish, it was a small cozy museum but I really enjoyed seeing it. Although it was great seeing the museum its not the only reason I drove out here. Turkey is known for their spas so of course I had to take a spa day. ...
... we weren't stopping because every bend and cliff was picture worthy. We made a small detour to visit yet another ancient Roman fort. They built this fort on a particularly tall bluff on the coast which affords a huge 360 degree view. There was a lone security guard who didn't speak a word of English but nevertheless spoiled us with Turkish hospitality. He kept feeding us hazelnuts and lead us around, over, and through these ruins all the while pointing and telling us ...
... trying to communicate with us. Eventually I went with one guy to where the various dishes were, he would point to something and say "meat" or "no meat" and if there was meat he would mime an animal and moo or baa.
The next day we tried to go to seven lakes national park, but there was too much snow for our little hyundai. So, we went to Amasra.
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... with Korhan, who told us about the upcoming events, we then went into the meeting, enjoyed the time, before we knew it we were back at the hotel, chilling and enjoying the time together as usual, it was crazy to think that tomorrow was our last day in Eskisehir.
The next morning felt the same, get up, eat breakfast, go to the lesson, pretty similar, but today was to be so different, when we got into the class room, our teacher could not access the portal on the ...
... a morning session, then lunch at the restaurant where we visited the night before, then the afternoon session, before we went back to the hotel, we went to the head quarters of a local news paper in Eskisehir, the owner is in rotary and he has taken the business over from his father, so it still is a family business, we also got a picture of all of us there in the paper, it was an article about Rotary exchange students in Eskisehir. We then went to a Rotary ...