Susuzlu Atlantis Hotel

Address: Cankaya Mah. Gazi Bulv. No:128 Basmane, Konak, Izmir, Turkish Aegean Coast, 35230, Turkey | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Cankaya Mah. Gazi Bulv. No:128 Basmane, Konak, Izmir, is near Konak Pier, Kadifekale, Camlik Locomotive Museum (Çamlik Buharli Lokomotif Müzesi), and Synagogue Street (Havra Sokagi).
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    Travel Blogs from Izmir

    Izmir and the return journey

    A travel blog entry by evaclapham on Oct 20, 2014

    ... is much excavation and restoration of ancient sites happening. As for modern Turkey they are building Europe's biggest airport ( on the European side of Istanbul ) a third crossing of the Bosphorus and a high speed train. It's a pity we don't have such forward thinking politicians! Our time has now come to an end and we have a long journey ahead of us but looking forward with joy to seeing family and ...

    Morning Sunshine

    A travel blog entry by tgill37 on Sep 11, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... good to me! Love him!

    Can't wait to get out there and check things out. I speak tomorrow afternoon at the ICSM conference on Men and Masculinity. I'm presenting "Transforming Queer Culture: there's an app for that" based off my good friend James (my source of inspiration) - overall premise being that sexuality is fluid and labels are damaging...an unnecessary need to qualify what we don't understand or makes ...

    By the Izmir Bay

    A travel blog entry by ssfahring on Apr 18, 2014

    12 photos

    ... in the 1922 fire. The Turks regained control of Izmir, then called Smyrna, in September 1922 thus effectively finishing the Greco-Turkish War. The fire devastated majority of the city and everything was rebuilt. Buildings weren't tall and there was a large amount of space directly by the seaside.

    Once plans were made in Izmir or make a highway directly by the sea. Thank goodness this was scrapped. The promenade was wide and had lanes ...

    It's Clear in Izmir! Day 3

    A travel blog entry by emilyemoore on Jan 14, 2014

    56 photos

    ... It was much like my hometown in the sense that it is a town you visit in the summer for beautiful views and a great time! It has much to offer all different ages of people; bars and clubs, small and cozy hotels, cafés and restaurants, beaches and a priceless view! After snapping some pictures with the view of the coast and the mountains, we continued to walk through the town. After we were done there, we hopped on the bus again! Our ...

    Ephesus at last - and a few cats

    A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Sep 19, 2013

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... 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 ...