Anemon Izmir Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Izmir
... Izmir's market place savouring the smells and interacting with everyone who was trying to sell us something. The standard line is " where are you from" then " welcome to Turkey, please come in and see my shop with carpets, leather etc etc! When we answer "no thank you" they accept it graciously and with a smile. The market led us to the ruins of the Agora in Izmir and realised that here as ...
... for food after realizing we hadn't eaten since breakfast on the plane - which I didn't eat aside from the fruit - eggs not freshly prepared creep me out. Didn't get to bed until about 3am...up and down all night...so I'm dragging my feet this morning. Jenda on the other hand is the perfect morning person today...we've switched roles lol. God bless him, letting me sleep in while he moves the car, makes me coffee and ...
As our time is winding down in Turkey we have given a lot of thought to the places we want to visit that we haven't yet. One of those places happens to be Izmir. It is a quick flight from Antalya but much too far to drive for a weekend trip, so a plane is what we took.
It was easy to find our hotel and we grabbed lunch next door. Friends had told us what to expect in Izmir. It's a very new city in relation to much of Turkey. Most of the city ...
... of us in a dark and small room, with music blaring at a ridiculous volume. The first hour or so was Turkish songs. So, naturally, we Australians shame their nation and culture, by trying to sing karaoke in Turkish. At this point however, the whole room was a mass of drunken noise, and when people are in such good spirits, even the verbal diarrhoea we were spouting sounded like the smooth and cool sounds of Dean Martin. The hosts even started chanting ...
... as I was told by a young man, "That's the Arab religion, and we came from the steppes of Asia. There is much more diversity underneath the minerets than you think."
And demographic diversity too. 12 million Kurds from 72 million in Turkey. Turkey is fighting an inner battle to prevent her eastern provinces from becoming a proto-Kurdistan state. Turks on the street are making a case for federalism, even though they don't ...