Ege Palas

Address: Cumhuriyet BulvarI No 210 , Alsancak, Izmir, 35220, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Cumhuriyet BulvarI No 210 , Alsancak, is near Kemeralti Market, Archaeological Museum of Izmir, Kadifekale, and Saint Polycarp Church.
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      Turkish Delights

      A travel blog entry by billiejago on Jun 07, 2013

      1 comment

      ... in Turkey, but definitely the most homely. Kusadasi is the biggest cruise ship port in Turkey, and for me, I can never go there enough. Something is always different, and every holiday or long period of time I spend there, every day is always different. The first time I worked in Turkey was for a company called Sunway Holidays. It was a Irish company, and I worked as a transfer rep. Shifts were long, pay was minimal, but I had a great time which in turn caused me to ...

      Kusadasi - Ephesus

      A travel blog entry by mjtom7 on May 01, 2013

      ... We headed off for a walk on the marina and esplanade it is a beautiful spot, harbour full of sailing boats and a huge cruise liner the streets full of. People shops and restaurants. We made to the end of esplanade where kris and George and Clare and Vinnie were staying stopped. In and had a drink with them and ended up staying for dinner had a great night lots of laughs. Walk back to our motel to find David and Tina having a night cap so of course we joined ...

      A Turkish Road Trip

      A travel blog entry by departureatl on Jun 14, 2012

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      ... to get my Turkey book so we could order. We had all learned a few words, but it wasn't enough! :) Lunch was good- we basically got one of everything! Then we moved on to Pamukkale. The formations were wild and we were pleasently surprised that you could still walk out into the warm springs. However, it was about one million degrees so the hot water wasn't that refershing! We explored the ruins of Pamukkale as well. I didn't realize there was a city ...

      The ruins of Ephesus City @ Izmir

      A travel blog entry by travel.geek on Aug 29, 2011

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      ... The ruins of Ephesus City

      The first stop is Ephesus City, an ancient Greek city, and later a major Roman city, on the west coast Izmir Province, Turkey. It was one of the twelve cities during the Classical Greek era. In the Roman period, it was for many years the second largest city of the Roman Empire; ranking behind Rome, the empire's capital.

      The city was famed for the Temple of Artemis (completed ...

      Day 14: The Beginning of the End of Turkey

      A travel blog entry by alanstrange5 on Sep 30, 2010

      Slept in a little as we are all as lazy as each other and none of us could be ***** to make anyone else get up. I liked this. We then got up and had showers. I went downstairs to see if they had a toilet which wasn't a Turkish style toilet where u have to squat. There wasn’t and I tried to go for a number 2 but that wasn’t happening. I past the reception and with his little English he asked me if we were leaving today. I told him that we were and he insisted that we be ...