Wyndham Izmir Ozdilek
Travel Blogs from Izmir
We have finally arrived in Izmir, Turkey. It is Turkey's third largest city with 5 million people - pretty big! It's been 32 hours since we left home, 3 plane flights and very little sleep. You forget how horrible those long haul flights are and then to have a 6 hour stopover in Dubai is murder. Anyway we've checked into the Crowne Plaza …
Nwaugh stayed here on May 29, 2012 during their trip titled: Nolan and Jill's Great Turkish Adventure.
So, we left off earlier with us getting to the stadium just in time for the National Anthems, here's what we've been doing since.
We worked out, whilst watching the first half of the game, that we had been traveling for 20 hours from leaving home to actually getting to the game - did anyone actually know that Turkey was …
... having 70,000 people killed. That showed them he meant business! He was succeeded by his son and grandson so there was a bit of nepotism going on. There is a fallen wall decoration of Nike along here, in very good shape too.
This narrow road (about 4 – 5m across I guess) would have had shops along one side, important ones would have been many food shops where people ate rather than cooking in their own homes – they had no facilities ...
... in German. They usually address him since the man makes the decisions (little do they know).
I had taken a 50 euro note thinking that I would change it in a bank for Turkish Lira (TL) but to change it I needed my passport, which the ship is holding. I hadn't thought to bring my Visa debit card to get cash from a machine so that was safely in the cabin safe. So it was just a walk and photos.
The streets were very clean and no one asked us to ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
A wonderful international hotel.
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