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TravelPod Member ReviewsMustafa Hotel Pamukkale
The guesthouse was fine for a night or two. The first night we had no toilet paper and the second day, they didn't change the beds of the people who checked out. Instead we had to ask 3 times during the day for more linen and then make up the room ourselves. The food is pretty good, but no meals are included (which seems standard in Pamukkale). The location is great. The owner is of limited help with making travel plans.
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... up getting better and better and the amphitheatre reconstruction is an absolute labour of love. You know, Graham and I aren’t history or archaeological buffs but we can’t help but be blown away by a) the incredible hard labour that must have gone into creating these cities and b) the skill and craftsmanship displayed by today’s workmen in restoring centuries old cities that have only been rediscovered ...
... fellas of the couples were invited up (Jed ran away!) One of the blokes was a little too good at shaking his hips! Very suspect! Then we have Brian and Susan from Bolton, who have matching reef shoes, colour co-ordinated shorts and the same trilby hats, and both have never had or want to try a 'Turkish breakfast' they'd rather their fry up and cornflakes. There's a couple of old boys traveling by themselves I think ones called john but I wouldn't be able to tell you ...
... overlap. We are going to go by train next when it is possible.
Town looked a bit dodgy when we pulled in, but our hotel is great and the young man made us a good coffee and sent us on our way to the travertines and Hierapolis behind. We can see the travertines from our window! The ticket office closes at 6 but the area stays open until very late if you want to be up there. We thought despite it being ...
... it. The oldest building dates back into the 1st century BC and the houses were inhabited until the 7th century AD.
They had interior courtyards (peristyle) in the center, with the ceiling open. They were mostly two-storied, upper stores have collapsed during time. On the ground floor there were living and dining rooms opening to the hall, and upstairs there were bedrooms and guest rooms.
The heating system of the terrace ...
... very nice theater, all of which takes about an hour to walk through slowly. Wikipedia
A mandatory and very popular stop for any travel in Turkey! Thankfully, it's just far enough from the sea to avoid most of the annoying cruise ship crowds who get little out of their high-speed passes.
But a few busloads of Russians did show up to brighten up the scenery even more...