Address: Kemeralt Mah. 152 Sok. 11, Marmaris, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, 48700, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Kemeralt Mah. 152 Sok. 11, Marmaris, is near Icmeler Beach, Marmaris Beach, Dalyan Mud Bath, and Talk of the Town.
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Travel Blogs from Marmaris

Mosquitos and scorpions

A travel blog entry by famlitz on Oct 26, 2015

Blue skies, no clouds and three mosquito bites. What a way to wake up. But I would rather wake up to a mosquito bite than being bitten by a scorpion. We killed a second one last night. Not quite an animal you want to have closer contact with. Karsten made menemen for breakfast and we were indecisive what we wanted to do. First we ...

The Old Town and its enchantment

A travel blog entry by j3ster on Oct 22, 2015

3 comments, 18 photos

... It really is a must see. Check out the pictures and video for more on this. There are plenty of tourist market stalls around but pleasingly no hard sell and a polite no is enough. Smoking I think has not been banned here and I really noticed it but not enough to spoil my wandering. I took a tour train for just 6 euro again around the old town and there really are some wonderful parks and statues and such. Rhodes really is worth a visit it's sunny, the people are friendly and ...

Rodos or Rhodes if you prefer.

A travel blog entry by stevanlisa on Oct 17, 2015

5 photos

... artifacts in the castle. Gifts to Mussolini from the emperor himself. I wonder if they, -the axis powers- plotted the overthrow of the world here before the Second World War. Lisa is always the one to imagine the lives of the artifacts owners or artists. To imagine the emotional connection the things buried with their owners. We're not always so respectful to ancient sites. The statues, tools, pottery, art and jewelry date back as far as 3,000 BC. 5,000 years. ...

Farewell to Greece

A travel blog entry by mckojo on Oct 09, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... since then. One very notable change is the use of English by almost everyone in the tourist industry. It is easy to communicate and particularly easy to order a meal. When I was here before, the menus were only in Greek and a trip to the kitchen to look at what was on the menu was often suggested. Now, menus are in many languages and the servers are often quite fluent in a variety of languages. No guesswork required.

We ...

You Haven't Been to Rhodes Unless You Go to Lindos

A travel blog entry by mckojo on Oct 08, 2015

3 comments, 6 photos

October 7. Off we go a'wandering along the streets of the Medieval Town. This site covers a large area near the waterfront in Rodos (Rhodes Town) and we cover just a small portion of it. We find some lovely green spaces.There is a moat that surrounds the city and was the scene of many battles over the years. War is not a new phenomenon; over the years, many lives were lost in what is now a very ...

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