Wyndham Izmir Ozdilek
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A wonderful international hotel.
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... and blankets.....plus FREE booze (that never happens).
Tried to get an international sim prior to leaving, didn't work out...this caused a lot of angst making it really difficult to book an Airbnb, but my mama came to the rescue. Jenda got us a cute little rental car (stick shift-his fav) and we finally made it to our destination around 11pm.
I believe the neighborhood we are in is called Kordon (have to ...
... ride but not photogenic.
Just before we got to the main road, we got to a point where we saw hundreds of cars parked on both sides of the road. Many hundreds of people were at picnic restaurants lining the route. We parked and went to check it out. Some places had musicians playing in the garden. The restaurants scheme was to pick your meat; lamp, beef, chicken, veggies, etc., then it would be brought ...
... knew by now to trust Oscar's judgement when it comes to food. The man knows how to eat.
Oscar explained that this place had a couple of different options, but he highly recommended their specialty--the traditional Turkish pancake. I'm not sure about anything else, but when I hear the word pancake, I'm thinking fluffy, maple syrup covered breakfast food. Well, a Turkish pancake is definitely not that. But don't panic. A Turkish pancake, or ...
... interested to see them growing. Also as we drove Yusuf was talking about energy costs again, noted that coal is produced but it is not permitted for domestic use due to environmental issues, but goes straight to industry.
Retirement age in Turkey is 52 for men, 46 for women, can you believe it? There is a retirement payment, not huge but adequate. There’s an 8.2% unemployment rate in the country but that’s mainly in the industrial areas, ...
... saved Phil from his last sips of coffee, and we all piled on board the surprisingly spacious and comfortable train. It spent the next five hours speeding through the heart of south-west Turkey, through unknown towns nestled in the snow-clad hills and plains. Shortly before our arrival in Izmir, the scenery changed – a seemingly barren land in deep snow became rolling hills covered with vineyards and olive groves. The whole place appeared suddenly more Mediterranean.