Wyndham Izmir Ozdilek
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A wonderful international hotel.
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... is much excavation and restoration of ancient sites happening. As for modern Turkey they are building Europe's biggest airport ( on the European side of Istanbul ) a third crossing of the Bosphorus and a high speed train. It's a pity we don't have such forward thinking politicians! Our time has now come to an end and we have a long journey ahead of us but looking forward with joy to seeing family and ...
... in front of rows and rows of stone seats which was used in ancient times. The concert was not the best but we tried. Every concert is different because you as a choir have to mold to a way that best directs the voices. With an open-air atmosphere for singing is difficult because the sound can be lost between the mouths of the singers to the ears of the listeners. After our long morning we were all ready for lunch. Oscar took us to a place not too far from Ephesus. We pull ...
... So I found a pub with the soccer playing and relaxed for an hour before my 12 hour bus ride to Istanbul.
Things of Note:
- Cappadocia facts:
* 3 volancoes (with the last eruption 10 years ago) shaped the whole area. This includes the five main cities in Nevshire, dating back to 4000 BC.
* In ancient Persian, Cappadocia means "land of the beautiful horses", despite me not seeing one single horse all day.
- 97% of Turkey actually in Asia, despite ...
We had a later start today and didn't leave till 9am for our first stop at the church of St Polycarp. St Polycarp was the first Bishop of the Christian church believed to have been appointed by St John. He was martyred at the age of 86 and his last words are recorded as "I have been faithful for 86 years, why would I deny my Lord now!" This church has the most spectacular frescos covering the whole of the inside walls and ceiling. A 90 minute drive returned us ...
... the bus stop to the address of my couchhost. I met Ceren then, a really relax and easy-going turkish girl, so friendly since the very first moment. I later met the whole bunch of her flatmates who were also so welcoming and interesting to meet, most of them french who were doing either exchange or working in the place. Turkey is such an interesting country, and Izmir is such a beautiful city, really "westernalised" and yet still containing ...