Tempo Residence Comfort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Tempo Residence Comfort Izmir
Travel Blogs from Izmir
... Izmir's market place savouring the smells and interacting with everyone who was trying to sell us something. The standard line is " where are you from" then " welcome to Turkey, please come in and see my shop with carpets, leather etc etc! When we answer "no thank you" they accept it graciously and with a smile. The market led us to the ruins of the Agora in Izmir and realised that here as ...
... interesting and the air conditioning caused me to race out of there faster than I might have. Now we thought getting some ice cream at Mado would be a good idea. So we stopped by Turkish PTT to get stamps, which was only possible thanks to a helpful customer, and continued to the best ice cream place in Turkey. Hopefully the best ice cream, but definitely the best place as they have a lovely shaded patio and free wi-fi where we hung out the rest of the ...
... in the world. We walked through the city streets of the town and it eerily reminded me of Virginia beach in January. The characteristics of a beach town out of season transcend borders apparently haha. Everything in the town was hued either a deep blue or a bleached white. According to our guide the national color preference of Turkey is a rich blue, hence the word turquoise. Near the north side of the bay, which was a breathtaking view, there was a mosque. This mosque ...
... sell and 'best bargain’ one could ever find! We did end up buying a stunning leather jacket for Keith for his 60th birthday in January. Its something he has always really wanted and he really looks like an Italian “stud hub” when he puts it on. Of course Giva was not happy that they don’t stock sizes for monkeys – Dizzy will be on board on Saturday and he wants to the perfect “Hunk Monk”, he is having such a sulk I ...
The next port on our cruise was Izmir, an enchanting and historically significant area on the Western coast of Turkey's Asian side. Izmir is the third largest city in Turkey and is also its least religious city in Turkey, having been settled by Christians, Jews and Muslims.
Just outside of Izmir lies the town of Selcuk, where it is believed the Virgin Mary and John the Apostle journeyed to and settled after ...