Hotel Yaman

1440 Sok. No 19, Alsancak, Izmir, Turkey | 2 star hotel

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A travel blog entry by lisaknitter


... certain. The location of Mary's house was indicated to a nun named Ana Catherine Emiriç in a dream. She had it written down in a book, which publicized the location. It is holy in both Christianity and Islam, since Jesus Christ (and, by extension, Mary) is important in both religions. The house is stationed near a fertile ...

Pamukkale (Museum fatigue kicking in!)

A travel blog entry by sarah_and_ox


... Saying goodbye to everyone as we were driven to our respective hotels, we fell into our room, expecting we would not be able to move again. Except then the hunger set in, and we were off to the town for dinner. Sarah had a hankering for Pide, so when we stopped at a restaurant, and they claimed to have good Pide, we sat down. (Pide, Pide,Pide!!!) Well, we should really learn, that if it is not on the menu, it's probably not going to be great, and ...

A Turkish Road Trip

A travel blog entry by departureatl


We ate breakfast once the boat was docked back in Fethiye and started loading our luggage into the correct transports. Seven of us; Dipti, Amit, Ankur, Jessie, Kloos, Jerry and I had decided to drive to Izmir stopping at Pamukkale and Ephsus on the way. The rest of the crew headed to Istanbul to spend a bit more time there. We drove 2-3 hours before stopping for lunch. That lunch was probably our most authentic Turkish experience. I had to run back out to ...

Amazing ruins

A travel blog entry by rtwma

... would have been like there. The sophistication and ingenuity astonished us. A lot of the city is undergoing restoration and the main attraction is the library. It rises about 2-3 stories high and it gave us an idea of how grand the whole city would have been.

We took the quick train ride back to Izmir and got ready to head to our final destiination in Turkey, ...

Visiting with Karen in Turkey

A travel blog entry by djreed


... kebabs and a yogurt sauce, Turkish tea - all very tasty at a favorite place of Karen's in downtown Ismir. We were even able to go in the back of the restaurant and see the brick oven where they were cooking the meal. The people here were very nice and friendly to us because they knew Karen well.

Today, she picked us up and took us to a friend's house for a Turkish breakfast of bread, tomatoes, boiled ...


This 2 star hotel, located on 1440 Sok. No 19, Alsancak, is near Kemeralti Market, Archaeological Museum of Izmir, Kadifekale, and Saint Polycarp Church.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent