Sehsuvar Peace Pension

Yesilada Mah No. 5, Egirdir, Isparta Province, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Yesilada Mah No. 5, Egirdir, is near Mount Erciyes, Red Basilica (Kizil Avlu), Doner Kumbet, and Hunat Hatun Complex.
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    Travel Blogs from Egirdir

    May 8th travelling along the Turkish Coast

    A travel blog entry by dave-and-freda on May 08, 2014

    4 comments

    Well, the second aerobics class did it for me, what I mean is that I realised that doing even just half an hour of aerobics can ruin you for doing the massive amount of walking we seem to be doing each day. My inner thighs were aching so much, I found it hard to sit down!

    The last Greek Island we visited was Patmos yesterday where we decided not to do the organised tour but wander around by ourselves. At the top of the island was a monastery, still active. As it was up an extremely ...

    Land of many surprises

    A travel blog entry by kerri.hobman on May 02, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... walk on the but here as long as you were bare feet and stayed on the main natural track you could walk for ages on them. there was also a natural heavy stream flowing through the terraces with warm water that you could sit down on and put your feet in the water. this place was beautiful and I was in awe of it, and in places it smelt of sulphur. that evening we stayed in pamukale and our hote, had natural hot pools that had magnesium as the main natural mineral. we all had a great ...

    Scorpions and snakes

    A travel blog entry by dabby1 on Apr 21, 2014

    ... horses'. Cappadocia was also the centre of the Silk Road and we learn that the strange "ant-hills" are called 'fairy chimneys'. The fairy chimneys were formed 50 million years ago in a volcanic eruption, but are predicted to last only another 20-30 years (not million) due to erosion!!

    Our guide, also called Ramazan, was the king of bad jokes, but had us laughing all day long! He explained the most common Turkish men's names ...

    Getting High in the Goreme Valley

    A travel blog entry by benstevens on Mar 17, 2014

    29 photos

    ... so far.

    The next few days went by with the aid of many more hikes and wonderful meals at the many restaurants dotted along the main street. The highlight was a speciality of Cappadocia, the 'Pottery Kebab', so called because it's cooked inside a sealed clay pot. To eat it, the pot must be smashed and the contents can then be freely consumed. After this delicious meal, and feeling well fed, I decided to round things off with a Turkish Bath, and bravely adorned ...

    Turkey - Cappadocia

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Sep 27, 2013

    1 comment, 90 photos

    ... around 80,000 inhabitants), and then we had to change the bus to reach our final destination Göreme. They ripped us off because we even asked if we had to change the bus and they said no but we should have suspected it because it was the cheapest bus. The company´s name was Nevsehir. Maybe we should have chosen the bus company called Pamukkale which is one of the most reliable ones.

    After arriving we planned to look for an accommodation really quickly and then take a tour ...