A&B Home Hotel

Address: Turgut Ozal Cad, Gocek, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, 48300, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Turgut Ozal Cad, Gocek.
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    Another relaxing day.

    A travel blog entry by beverlyndavid on Sep 17, 2014

    5 photos

    We got back to our boat, some of our fellow passengers were still up, the temperature is about 25 degrees, so hope the cabin is not too hot this evening.
    We go to bed about 11.00 and it's quite comfortable for a change, had a good nights sleep.
    Awoke about 7.00am decided to get up and had a nice coffee on deck before the bell sounded for breakfast time.
    Omelette this morning as well as our usual ...

    Agva - Sand and camping between the two rivers

    A travel blog entry by gabador on Jul 29, 2009

    2 comments, 57 photos

    ... and waited for the bus driver to arrive, to open the doors to the little blue and green Halk Otobus, or Half Autobus as I call it. We hopped on, sat down in the sweltering heat and prayed that we start moving soon, to get the air moving in the thing a little. Even though it did not have opening windows. It had air conditioning though, as we bumped along the hilly, bumpy narrow roads lined by brush and stones, and red firs, and makeshift, cool looking houses in small ...

    Backpack On My Back

    A travel blog entry by keit3 on May 09, 2007

    8 photos

    ... as she prepared to frisk me. Incredibly friendly culture, I thought. -After we packed the bus, and nothing was found, well... nothing except around 50 duffle bags and cardboard boxes of random goods, i.e. : curtains, bulk detergent, dishware, cigarrettes, a bicycle.... all to be sold on the black market... The bus was packed to its brim. Tory and I tried our best to get from what little english people knew what exactly was going on. ...

    Last Days in Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by jbg63 on Mar 30, 2007

    6 photos

    ... John's theory is that all lost things end up re-sold in the Istanbul Grand Bazaar.) We toured through the Old Cistern. It was built in the 500's to hold water for the city. The water came from the hills via aqueduct. The Cistern was a real engineering feat; with hundreds of columns supporting arched and vaulted roofs, all covered with rubble. It was nicely lit, and contained enough water to give a sense of what it was like when it was operational. There ...

    What a week!

    A travel blog entry by shelleyf on Dec 04, 2006

    4 photos

    ... were quite painful and the tram systems where up to sh*t. Still don't like the guy and I'm happy to have him disrupt someone else's city for today. Added another two fantastic people to my new mate list. Amy from Australia who is hilariously funny and has an even bigger penchant than mine for getting involved with the wrong men! I'm not alone! Amen. And Amelie from Quebec (not Canada note)who is really very sweet although a little indecisive at times. Got an e-mail ...