Bakkhos Guesthouse

Kirazli Koy Yolu Uzerine, Kusadasi, Turkish Aegean Coast, 09400, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Kirazli Koy Yolu Uzerine, Kusadasi, is near Efeze., Pammukkale (Cotton Castle), Kusadasi Market, and Milli Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Kusadasi

    Kusadasi

    A travel blog entry by fergalicious on Aug 24, 2014

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    ... culture. Beyond the cultural influences that the ancient Turks have bestowed upon the world, modern Christian Turks are raising their children with Muslim or Jewish Godparents and the Jews and Muslims are doing the same. That way their kids grow up without feeling a cultural divide from other religions. He mentioned that marriage customs dictate that the a groom drink a glass of salt water and then exclaim, "this is the best drink ...

    Sea Day

    A travel blog entry by jak5 on May 22, 2014

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    ... to drive the 2 electric propellers.  Someone asked if something like the recent Carnival ship power incident could occur again. Captain said the Norwegian ships are like Mercedez, where the Carnival ships are like Fiats - that won't happen here. You get what you pay for! Each Azipod propellor can turn 360 degrees. Ship had no rudder. Turning controlled by propellers only, except when in port and can use thrusters located ...

    Ephesus!

    A travel blog entry by bob_and_lana on Oct 27, 2013

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... time we pondered the methods. Without heavy mechanized equipment it must have been incredibly difficult to cut, lift, and position the very large stones. We were told that the Romans utilized slave labor extensively, and they always had a large contingent of such laborers due to their continual conquests. Those slaves were much in our thoughts as we visited the city today. How did they live? What was the condition of their lives? It must ...

    Simply Selcuk - tea sugar and a dream!

    A travel blog entry by sarah_and_ox on Sep 22, 2013

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    ... 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 ...

    The Face That Sunk 1000 Ships

    A travel blog entry by georgeheap on Jun 04, 2013

    1 photo

    ... of the graveyards and monuments. Anzac Cove where they actually landed and many were killed there. It was quite moving day and another very long day. Today we went to Troy which sadly a lot of it was ruined by archaeologists who were actually just treasure hunters and didn't care about preserving anything. I did not know that there were 9 different versions of Troy (all built on top of one another) and the one that we know about in mythology is ...