Denizati Holiday Village

Address: Meryemana Cad. No:19 , Gumuldur, Turkish Aegean Coast, 35480, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Meryemana Cad. No:19 , Gumuldur.
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      A travel blog entry by j_m on Sep 18, 2014

      41 photos

      ... of the Modern World! When one of our group asked our guide, where was the temple, he responded, 'it WAS here'. But we did get to see, in the same view, the pagan ruins of Artemis's temple, the remains of the Basilica of St John, the Fortress on the hill, a mosque, and a stork nest on the one remaining column of the temple. And a gaggle of geese on the ground, nearby. Not a bad conglomeration of history, geography, nature, religion and ...

      A Simple Life in a Palatial Mediterranean

      A travel blog entry by niftymarsie on Jun 20, 2014

      21 photos

      ... ve learnt. We have noticed the "gozleme" on a number of occasions and are keen to try it. A lavish style of bread is rolled and cooked on a domed hot plate. Your choice of fillings include, feta and spinach, lamb mince and mixed vegetables. Bo Bo and myself are impressed and will try again. We are also keen to try our hand with cooking them when we get home! Our final day in Kas is a rest day, washing day, do as you please day! The weather has been magic, 30*c - 35*c, clear ...

      Day 3: Turkey's Hidden Beauties

      A travel blog entry by arthurbiddle on Jan 14, 2014

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      ... The first area we visited was a community named Alicanti. Alicanti was beautiful and picturesque as it included cobblestone streets and various shops to please locals and tourists. The students from our class and our professors enjoyed walking the streets taking pictures and seeing its offerings. The second area we visited was a community named Çeşme. This ...


      A travel blog entry by hornygarlick on Oct 10, 2013

      13 photos

      ... are on, showered and the 9 of us are lying on hot marble waiting.... (Male and females all in together) we are all getting some odd looks form the local men coming for their weekly scrub ritual. The crew there were the middle aged, pod gutted mustached type with long staring gazes! Fark! What are we doing?! So hilarious! One at a time we were loofered, soaped and foamed, cracked and slapped! Once this step was complete another man then wrapped us in ...

      Keep on truckin..

      A travel blog entry by mitchpayne on Jun 03, 2013

      8 photos

      ... chick which was funny, but she took offense and began her *****ing and whining (she makes you look good gem ;) jks ). The ride into Selcuk was another 3hrs and we arrived around 6pm. Checking in Jose and I again managed to score a room to ourselves. Winning. An unfortunate occurance had started to occur for poor Jose. No one could pronounce his name... He thought in Europe he would be fine, but no dice. He gained a new nickname, Josie. There was a table tennis table ...