Nur Pension

Zafer Mah. 3004 Sok No. 16, Selcuk, Izmir, 3004, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Zafer Mah. 3004 Sok No. 16, Selcuk, is near Virgin Mary's House.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsNur Pension Selcuk

    Reviewed by clarisse.rocha

    Hospedagem Nur Pension

    Reviewed Oct 3, 2008
    by (7 reviews) Rio de Janeiro , Brazil Flag of Brazil

    Nur Pension - www.nurpension.com
    Zafer Mah. 3004 Sok. No. 16
    Tel +90(232)892 6595
    Móbile Ali: +90(538)674 7335 Mobile Tom: +90(544) 496 41 93
    Bem, é uma pousadinha bem simples, limpinha e com água quente. Nosso quarto não tinha banheiro porque queríamos pagar mais barato, mas a maioria dos quartos tem. O café da manhã estava incluído pela bagatela de 15YTL por pessoa ficamos num quarto só nós duas. Depois descobri que quem me pegou na rodoviária foi o tio Ali, dono da pousada, e esses contatos aí de cima são dele também. Então, se quando você chegar ele não estiver por lá pode ligar que o tio Ali te pega na rodoviária. Ficamos amigas do Carlos, sobrinho do tio Ali, mas já soube pelo MSN que ele está trabalhando em outro lugar agora.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Nur Pension Selcuk

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