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TravelPod Member ReviewsMini Hotel Izmir
Modern clean and efficient.
We arrived by car and they moved cones and we had on-street parking right in front of hotel.
English speaking staff was friendly and helpful. They gave us a map of Izmir and walking directions.
Room was medium size and very clean with just a touch of mold on grout in shower to prevent perfect mark.
Free WiFi was acceptable.
Average Turkish breakfast. Adequate.
Location was a long walk to center but doable. One demerit.
Very good value for the price we paid.
Definitely recommended. We would stay again.
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April 6, 2014
Ayvalik to Izmir - 242 Km (Via Bergama (Ancient Pergamon) and Foca)
Stay: Mini Hotel 91 TL /$42 Double including breakfast
...We lingered over breakfast under a beautiful shade tree in the garden. And shortly after 10:00, we set off on the hair raising task of driving through the narrow cobblestone streets. At one …
... dinner. We ended up at a restaurant where none if us could read the menu let alone communicate with our waiter. We ordered by pointing to the pictures of what we wanted on the menu with our Turkish translation book in the other hand. The second day was met by getting dropped off at a hospital emergency room when we thought we'd told the taxi driver to take us to the bus station. Minor miscommunication there; however, we ended up where we ...
... I made my way back out to the bus. On the way back to the hotel, Taylor, Bennie, and Will gave the class a presentation on Islamic Music. I should explain: Before we left, Dr. Ryder gave us all a subject to research and present as a group at some point during our trip. After the boys' presentation I slept the rest of the bus ride home. It was a great day, but a long day and I was pooped. This trip is amazing but I have got to start getting some more ...
... was to stay around the pools and take a shuttle back to the bus, or to walk with him in a guided experience through the site. Seven of us hearty (fool hardy is more like it) souls decided to walk - did I mention it was really HOT??
Because we were such a small group, Ender took us on a path that he doesn't usually follow with larger groups. I felt like we were bushwhacking a ...
... So much to learn, but at least I have most of the difficult steps on video for future reference.
When we sat down to eat, I was blown away; the flavor was amazing and the texture was perfect! No joke, I ate so much that I nearly got sick - part of me hates to admit that, but hey, when in Turkey! This meal seriously put to shame the mantı dishes I had in Istanbul, and I can't wait to make it at home.
Watch out, Omaha!