Kordon Hotel

Address: Akdeniz Caddesi No 2, Izmir, Turkish Aegean Coast, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Akdeniz Caddesi No 2, Izmir, is near The Agora, Konak Pier, Kadifekale, and Synagogue Street (Havra Sokagi).
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    Travel Blogs from Izmir

    Roman Ruins at Ephesus

    A travel blog entry by madtram93 on Jan 15, 2014

    33 photos

    ... sang "Entarysi," which I was nervous about because I didn't have the music. I'll admit there were a couple parts I missed because I lost my place and we as a group sounded off pitch. I think that having all that space and people not feeling well contributed to that. "Long Time Ago," sounded a bit rough because we were flat at parts and I know I had a hard time getting my breathing timed right, but we managed to pull through. For "Sing Me to Heaven" I think we sounded nice but once ...

    Leaving Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by lisaknitter on Jan 14, 2014

    3 photos

    ... actually really good. I got a scoop of pistachio ice cream, which was a bit surprising because it had bits of crushed-up pistachio in it, which is not something that normally happens in the US. It was also a lot thicker than ice cream in the US, which I liked. We briefly met the young son of the owners, who is absolutely adorable. We sang "The Lord Bless You and Keep You" for them when we were done. In all, today was ...

    The End of the Road

    A travel blog entry by cortrhys.ward on Oct 01, 2013

    435 photos

    ... each April 25th), the War Museum, Lone Pine Cemetery (including signing the guest book), walked through the trenches and tunnels, passed Courtney's Post, the Turkish Memorial (of the 57th infant regiment), the Nek Cemetery, Baby 700 Cemetery and the Chunuk-Bair (New Zealand) Memorial.

    The whole place is so powerful, with me only previously me moved so much by the 9/11 Memorial in New York. But I felt an obvious connection to this place, as Australians had such a big part of this ...

    Bring out your dead...

    A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Sep 12, 2013

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... sulfur gas. People would see these gasses rising, most of those who got into the gas would die or become ill; hence it was a gateway to the underworld.

    As with any good town, you entered through the main thoroughfare, a wide street called the Plateia. Here in Hierapolis you come in through the Arch of Domitian.

    What we explored today was the Northern Necropolis ...


    A travel blog entry by knine5 on Jul 29, 2013

    11 photos

    ... pretty happy to get the heck out of the city for the afternoon! Nikos delivered us safely to Costa which is the small mainland village with boat service to Spetses just 2 km from the mainland. One of the traditional boats "kaiki" was loading up passengers so we hopped on and were on our way. We arrived in the small harbor of Spetses with way too much luggage to haul on the 5 minute walk to the house. We knew my mom was expecting us ...