Isrotel Tower Hotel
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Room is large and great views of the Med
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The hostel has this amazing roof top hang out/bar area with mismatched cosy couches were you can drink beer, eat and smoke shisha.
We then went out to a local restaurant for beers and some food- Suzi ate her first mint bush in front of us- now that joke will never die.
Tomorrow the real adventures begin!