Tuncay Pension

Isa Bey Mah. Sehit Polis Metin Tavaslioglu Cad. No 13, Selcuk, Izmir, Turkey | B&B
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This B&B, located on Isa Bey Mah. Sehit Polis Metin Tavaslioglu Cad. No 13, Selcuk, is near Virgin Mary's House, The Basilica of Saint John, Ephesus Museum, and Isa Bey Mosque.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsTuncay Pension Selcuk

    Reviewed by meganfisher

    It will do

    Reviewed Sep 23, 2013
    by (55 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

    The pension was fine for a few nights. It was in a great location. The owner was not particularly helpful, and was a bit rude. The bathrooms were not very clean and never had toilet paper. The nights were very cold and the blankets are really thin.... if you visit and it is not summer, I would bring a sleeping bag. I was jealous of those that had them!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

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    A travel blog entry by meganfisher on Sep 23, 2013

    32 photos

    I have now ticked off another wonder of the world by seeing Ephesus. I realize that it completely depends on which list you look at as to whether or not it is included as one of the wonders, but personally, I would like to see all the items on all of the lists, so I am counting Ephesus!

    One of the closest towns to stay in is Selcuk. …

    Aphrodisias 1, Antioch 0

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Apr 11, 2014

    7 photos

    ... goddess of love. Again, all the primary features of a Roman city. The agora, or town square or forum, was over two hundred metres long, and beside it they had built a second agora that featured a pool, also two hundred metres long, surrounded by colonnades. Must have been an extraordinary feature in its day. The museum had dozens and dozens of marble statues, most missing two arms, sundry legs, and heads. Again incredibly rich statuary. The museum had hundreds of friezes on ...

    On to Troy and Pergamum

    A travel blog entry by leonajim on Apr 03, 2014

    28 photos

    ... Divine singled it out as a throne to the devil. It was huge. So big in fact that instead of being converted to a church the Christians built the church inside it. Same with the mosque once the Ottomans came.
    Unfortunately we were running out of time and weren't able to visit the Asceplion - the medical centre where Galen laid the foundation for medical practice.

    Driving further south we were slowed a little with peak hour traffic. Especially around ...

    Maryemana (Mother Mary’s House)

    A travel blog entry by ryder.chris on Jan 15, 2014

    12 photos

    ... br>
    The population of Turkey is 98% Muslim, so the house serves as a shrine for Muslims as well. Muslims do not believe in the divinity of Jesus, but they do recognize the virgin birth, and recognize him as a holy prophet. Notice the photo of the sign that points out references to the Virgin Mary in the Koran.

    The scenery surrounding the house is also very nice. Several of us were able to enjoy some coffee and purchase some souvenirs.

    Simply Selcuk - tea sugar and a dream!

    A travel blog entry by sarah_and_ox on Sep 22, 2013

    3 photos

    ... minibus was fairly uneventful, and took about an hour maybe a bit more:) A taxi ride later and we had finally made it to our new hotel for the next 4 nights (got in at 6.00pm). Whew - what a long tiring day! The hotel is a great little hidden away one, with jasmine creepers, lanterns, stylish furniture, and lots of Turkish character:) A young boy greeted us with his amazing english and let us into the room- and we felt like we were at home! Sarah at this point had ...