Moevenpick Hotel Izmir
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... cooking was banned because of the risk of fire and the enormous risk it posed especially when you know that most houses in this area were 4 -5 storeys high and would have been a death trap if fire occurred.
Trajan’s fountain was next on our right, water came from down the hill and was channelled into the fountain, there would have been fountains, cascades, jets of water all ending up in a basin at the bottom. And another use was, when ...
... had to rush. At lunch a loud speaker announcement was advertising bingo in the afternoon and a French guy behind me mimicked "bingo, bingo, bingo" in the silly voice of the announcer and I was pleased to think that we are not the only ones that think all the entertainment is a bit hi-de-hi. 85% of the passengers (I would estimate) are aged between 20 to 50 years old plus there are loads of families with kids (some even babies) so I guess it is to get ...
... Supposedly I did a semi-decent rendition of ‘California Love’ but at the time it may have sounded like an aural holocaust. I don’t recall the end of the night, but I think we all clicked our heels 3 times and were wistfully swept away into our beds.
Excursion and a learnin’
We went back to our first host for our last 2-3 days in Izmir, and once again, we had an incredible time. He was remarkably helpful and showed us ...
... class citizens here and the men are dishonest - it's part of their culture and I don't like it. So, we got on and off the bus a couple more times. Kamie bought what everyone else was eating - these tiny little fruits (?) that look like baby green apples/tomatoes that they call sweets - but they are bitter. We liked them. We saw a school and the small children on the school bus went crazy waving at us and blowing us kisses. It was odd and sorta sweet. We saw ...
Arrived into turkey s third largest city of 4.5 mil inhabitants 6 hrs later ok coach, we badly need to quench our thirst. Checked into hotel that s a pleasant surprise of Nuevo and modern, we quickly set out to explore the city. They ve a big bazaar bigger than Grand Bazaar Istanbul . Dinner was a nice seafood with some wine n raki. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center