Ontur Hotel Izmir
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... a tiny romantic village. From there we traveled to Çeşme. It was here where we got some meaningful interaction with locals. I felt so welcomed in this town it was very intimate and everybody seemed to know everyone. We were able to walk this beautiful boardwalk that had an amazing view of the sea and sunset. Oscar then took us to his favorite ice cream shop called Rumeli. Here ...
... a port when establish. What can I say - when you consider it was first established many centuries ago - however it's golden period with the Romans from 133BC. St Paul (apostle) came to Ephesus for over 3 years in 54AD. - the workmanship is mind blowing.I think the pics tell the story better. The library of Celsus, the Arcadian Way and the Amphitheatre all are incredible.
We then went to a leather manufacturer - where they produce leather they call silk leather - so thin, ...
... the significance of all the places we went to, but we did take some cool 'selfies’ and made use of the self-timer on the camera. And we got drunk and karaokefied the hell out of ourselves.
If you go to Izmir, I highly recommend for you to couchsurf. We stayed with 2 different hosts and they were brilliant. They were friendly and willing to show their city, talk about life and culture in Izmir and Turkey. We would not have had nearly as much ...
... I would hate to be stuck in this ridiculous country. Turkey is where the real thieves are, not Greece!
By the way, Kamie said I forgot to tell everyone yesterday that the guy in the seat behind us on the bus (in Greece) not only yelled "They are thieves" over and over but he yelled "I put a curse on you!" to them and Kamie & I looked at each other and didn't comment. Later, we got back to the room & laughed about it. Kamie said we should ...
... the agora, the bouleuterium (council house), the theatre and a small section of the fortification walls can be seen in modern Izmir.
The agora of Smyrna was the city's administrative, political, judicial and commercial center. It was built at the end of the 4th century BC. It acquired its current shape in the 3rd century AD and survived intact till the 7th century AD. It was used as a cemetery in the Late Byzantine and Ottoman periods. Smyrneans built the ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool