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TravelPod Member ReviewsTuncay Pension Selcuk
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!
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