Moevenpick Hotel Izmir
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... me which is a beautiful area of ports and restaurants lining the sea. Everyone was blown away by the views. We were on the water yet there was huge mountains behind us. The weather was great that day too so of course we stopped to take a lot of pictures. Just looking at the water and being right there was a cool experience. Once we finished taking in the views, we walked up the road a ways until we got to Oscar's favorite ice cream place. One of ...
... 8211; the very street where we were walking, has been painstakingly excavated and restored. We saw some people up on a scaffold meticulously and every so gently scraping out between the bricks. One was squatting on his haunches and leaning forward in the most precarious position, probably for hours – completely absorbed in his task. I hate to think how his legs would cramp when standing up. Giva was desperate to clamber all over the place and even to swing on ...
... from Emperor Theodosius I, what remained of the temple was destroyed in 401 AD by a mob led by St. John Chrysostom.The town was partially destroyed by an earthquake in 614 AD. The city's importance as a commercial centre declined as the harbour was slowly silted up by the Cayster River. Ephesus, once, the trade centre of the ancient world and a religious centre of the early Christianity, is today, an important tourism centre in Turkey. ...
... were bugs and spiders and butterflies everywhere but the ruins themselves and the view below us was amazing. We took lots of photos and conversation was flowing quite easily. I was really starting to enjoy my tour mates and their company.
After a couple of hours in the sun and some exhausting hill climbs we rode back down in the cable car to our bus and onto our hostel which Can advised us had a pool. We were all so excited and after ...
... to make its way through Turkish airport security, which is not an easy task. Upon arrival in Izmir it was clear that this city was far different from Istanbul with pictures and memorials to Ataturk everywhere. Walking into the Karaca Hotel we were all amazed with our balcony views overlooking the city filled with palm trees. It appears we have finally arrived at our "spring break" destination.
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility