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Gaziantep is a lovely old town and reputedly amongst the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. In the center of the city, and only a few steps from our hotel, was the Gaziantep Fortress which sits atop a hill. It is a remarkable site with modern statues of soldiers along its embankments making a wonderful silhouette-type photo. We were …
... thinking...Man cannot live off of Coke, chips protein bars and breakfast alone! Anyway! We have a fairly easy drive...at one point I asked Thomas to stop while I ran across the street to get some close-ups of the GIGANTIC cabbages they grow around here. We were in a tiny village called Neserince or Something close. A beautiful young woman offered to pose with the cabbages...and then another younger sister perhaps...and soon I ...
Before leaving Urfa we visited the Castle. All these old towns had a castle perched above the current city. To get tho the top we must have climbed a thousand stairs, it certainly got the old blood pumping. The old entrance was closed because when they went to do repairs to it they discovered some old stuff so that is now being dug out and visitors no enter through the exit. There wasn't too much left of the castle but the views ...
... goes to die. Needless to say that in our unplanned 2 days there we did not see a single other tourist. We were clearly the only foreigners who had been there in a LONG time and people STARED at us - like full on unabashed gawking and stopping in your tracks to point at us and whisper to their friends.
We eventually a cheap hotel where our conscierge brought us up to the room and proceeded to turn on the tv, which was playing ...
... It’s almost flight time.
After lots of packing and repacking, Deb analyzing and prioritizing my possessions for me, and some slight anxiety, I was packed and ready to hit the road for Indo. Deb changed her flight back to Spain to leave the same day as me as high season had arrived and travel was now insanely expensive plus, we needed to leave Turkey before someone was going to get a karate chop to the nose. It was ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAnadolu Evleri Gaziantep
Located in the old city of Gaziantep and only minutes away from a wonderful but quiet bazaar, the Anadolu Evleri was a pleasure to stay in.
Our room was on the first floor, off the courtyard. It had a large double bed in an arched alcove, a modern bathroom and a rather large sitting area with two large chairs, a couch, and a TV. First floor rooms had no air conditioning but did have fans. The bathrooms are modern with shower but no tub. The room was certainly comfortable and memorable. There is free wi-fi and meals are served outside in the courtyard area.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.