Anemon Izmir Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... worked. The proprietor had a zany Lucille Ball energy, a real character. The ruins were as interesting as we'd hoped. We were lucky to be there on a day without cruise ships plus it was Turkey's Election Day so we didn't have to fight the crowds. More good food in Selcuk. One of the local cats joined us for dinner and when he didn't beg, we let him snooze on ...
... and no one but the locals were there. Then we drove to the other coastal town of Cesmer were the sea was so close you could taste it in the air upon are arrival I saw a man with balloons and a be be gun and for five lyre I got seven shots to hit them I got one but the aim was too hight on the gun and I missed all my other shots save one that grazed the side of one slowly deflating it as I walked ...
... on my day tour of Cappadocia.
The first stop was at Derinkuyu Yeralti Sehri, which is one of the latest underground cities I the area. It housed 2000 families in its' 8 floors and 4000m squared area (and the researchers believe that this is only 10% of the city). These tunnels were primarily used for protection, including the 9km tunnel which connects two I the cities together. Obviously the people who lived here for midgets though, as I struggled to get through all the passage ...
... coffee while the test of the group had milkshakes - given the heat, I probably should have followed suit. The drinks didn't take long, and before I knew it we were off to the farewell party. My cousin's fiancé's family hosted the party, which consisted of food, drinks, and lots of dancing and music! I'm not very good on my feet, but I found this dancing to be right up my alley! I met quite a few people who remembered me from when I visited a long time ago, and it was nice ...
... disaster it would have been to leave it behind in Selcuk and come all this way.
We noticed a small cafeteria within 100m of the entrance and scanned the notice boards for any signs of English. No luck. But we noticed a helpful expression on the face of one of the staff and decided to make him pay for it. He struggled to understand what we were looking for. He handed us over to some people inside an office who were even more helpless. Another staff member asked ...