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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Izmir
Terrific hotel, nice rooms, stupendous buffet. They even had honey comb. Very comfortable bed, and a nice sunny bay window with 2 chairs for relaxing. The patio bar on the 9th floor was too windy and/or sunny, but the bar/patio on street level was very nice to sit in.
supposedly no internet in the rooms, but once I got connected in the lobby I was able to use it in my room.
Near the seafront and lots of restaurants and ferries.
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... were applied at night and often made of garlic and onion, and men slept in a different room from their wives – no surprises there with that kind of gunk on your face. And of course their heavy makeup was more like face paint and had a high lead content so they would have had lead poisoning too. The letters of John also give information about the area.
We had been left to our own devices so everyone scattered in every direction. The Romans ...
... The lovely woman offered me bread and water for my journey. We communicated mostly with sign language since neither spoke the other language. When we parted I got a nice hug and the double check kiss. This seems to be the typical greeting. The climb was well worth my effort. The view from the top was amazing. After descending the mountain, I happened upon the Agora. It was a pretty amazing place as well. All in all, I think the best thing about Izmir was the sun ...
... widoki rodem z filmu Lochy i Smokı, z krolestwa o podobnie brzmiacej nazwie Izmer. Coz, smokow nie ma ale tez jest zajebiscıe. :)
Tuz po przybyciu pozegnalem sıe z Generalem Nadirem i zdany juz sam na siebie postanowilem wziac sie za poszukiwanie lokum na najblizsza noc. W sumie to posuwalem sie glowna ulica miasta, a kiedy zakonczyla sıe jakims zabytkowym budynkıem popytalem o kafejke internetowa, ktora jak sıe okazalo, byla ...
... Suffice to say, most of modern Izmir was built in 1923, after a Greek invasion and a disastrous fire destroyed most of the city. Before that year, Izmir was SMYRNA, a more western-like city where more citizens were Christian and Jewish than Muslim. Smyrna’s population also included thousands of foreign diplomats, traders, merchants, and sailors, and its connections with Greece and the rest of Europe were close and continuous. To the Turks before 1923, ...