Susuzlu Atlantis Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... usual it takes a bit of imagination at these ruins, but due to its size is still worth seeing. Don't know how some of it hasn't fallen over (like the Library of Celsus) but gives a good idea of how grand the place really was. Manage to find a 2 lira bus back to Selcuk where we check out the Basilica of St John (wrote his Gospel there or something) and a big fortress of some kind. Back to the hostel, get beers.
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Izmir. Whatever. Cruises are boring. Turkey could have been great if it weren't for cruise. Nothing has improved since yesterday. It is full of them whereever you go. Eating, swimming, sight seeing, they are everywhere. Of course we have a cabin, and that is absolutely the only way you can be free of them. Sight seeing would be great too, outside of tourist season. We assigned for a paid excursion. Because most of the people ...
... was still on its way. We went to a local restaurant in Izmir and had dinner with several host families. They are part of what we would consider a Chamber of Commerce. They bring groups in and promote Turkey in a positive way. We had a great dinner with good families. I sat next to Osman who works for what he called Turkish Communications or the Chamber of Commerce. After dinner we headed to our hotel which is on the water. Now it's time for some ...
... with a tinge of butter and then a dessert involving honey that I did not eat. After dinner my classmates and I went out to the city to partake in the casual activity of smoking sheesha, which we also call hookah. There were not many people out but it was a neat experience to see city life and try hookah. The hookah place also served the delicious and famous Turkish coffee and apple tea, which most of us got as ...
... It was beautiful and what was most amazing to me about it was that on the outside of the station was the very crowded, noisy and chaotic Istanbul I was used to. Walking into the station, which was all open, it was peaceful and quiet. One would never know what was right on the other side.