Moevenpick Hotel Izmir
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... 21st century. But the stone inscription on the cult of the Emperor at Smyrna seemed genuine (since it is in Greek, my dear Watson!).
Several of the useful displays provided information on the architectural details (like which direction the doors opened etc.) but there was one that seemed to be designed to provide mirth rather than information. But truth, as they say, is stranger (certainly funnier!) than fiction. We reproduce it here in its entirety:
... culture becomes more strict as you go to smaller towns. Anyway, I had a really chilled time with Ceren, on my own, and also meeting again my good friend Hande, which I was so happy to see again after 3 years. We had sisha together in the marina of izmir with a wonderful weather, and we walked around and had lunch as we put each other up to date. I even met her friend Sema, who is born the exact same day as me. Is the first time I find a person ...
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. ...
... en Lycie, telles les flammes éternelles de la Chimère. Avec peut-être une base historique pour certaines d’entre elles.
L’auto-stop a encore été un élément majeur de cette «virée». D’abord, en partant d’Olympos, sur la route principale. J’attendais depuis une vingtaine de minutes quand un camion s’arrêta un peu plus loin. Je n’ai pas eu le temps de le rejoindre, car un conducteur de Dolmuş (les ...
... the nickname of Atatürk, father of the Turks.
It is said that this was the last gentlemen’s war in history, with stories of enemies sharing tobacco and cigarette papers, of restraint from fighting when it was time for prayer, of enemies helping each other out and trying to save the wounded when it was the right thing to do. It’s good to see the better side of human nature in the face of atrocities.
Enough war history. After ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility