Balcova Thermal Otel
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... area, pictures of the antique store that had a fašade like a Greek temple. I asked Susan why, considering our distaste for ruins, we take pictures of an antique store that looks like a fake ruin. Well, at least this is something, not just a pile of rubble. We find a place to eat with good shade and have a Durum Doner. This was just 7.5TL and consisted of meat and some seasonings wrapped ina something like a tortilla. The waiters were a lot of fun, ...
... difficulty conveying his,order to the Turkish employee when a group of guys told us that she was not going to understand what he was saying. We started to talk to them and they told us that they were there for a hockey tournament. We asked them what team they were there to cheer for, and they said the Belgium National team. We asked how long they had been fans of the Belgian National team, and they simply responded with "We are the Belgian National team haha." ...
... like undertakers and we all felt like lambs being led to the slaughter whilst the Maribou storks circled to pick not our bones but our pockets. This mood continued when we were led into this long dark room and seated around what could be a perfect place for a coffin. There was a hushed and respectful silence as we all waited to see what would happen next. It was not quite what I expected – the lights went off, then flashing neon lights and pumping music penetrated ...
... jackets. Liz fell in love with a beautiful red reversible jacket and, despite the salesman hounding both Liz and Ian, she managed to resist temptation! Tonight we stayed at a waterfront hotel in Izmir and enjoyed the scenery during daylight hours and the colourful lights across the harbour at night. The shopping centre immediately behind the hotel beckoned us after dinner, followed by a walk along the sea front, then bed before another early start ...
... next few days. Can, our tour guy, had some hillarious never ever stories from his days in the Turkish army and all in all the game was a great way for us to bond.
Joel, Maxine and I went to bed before Scott and thought it would be hillarious to change the room around so when he came to bed he'd be disoriented. We shifted his bed and sat there poised with our camera's ready to take photo's as soon as he entered. We laughed and laughed and had a really great night.