Lycus River Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLycus River Hotel Pamukkale
The hotel has a lovely thermal pool but the rooms feel a bit cramped. Would be nice with a bit less furniture.
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If all goes well Joel should have his bag tonight and we will be able to post some pictures from our trip. Our traveling companions Herb and Donna are enjoying this adventure also and they have been taking more photos than Joel because we have been unable to charge the camera battery.
we are soaking in the sights,sounds and history of …
... our toes while marvelling at this glorious scenery. It was certainly worth the long journey to see this place. Our guide kept us entertained throughout the long drive with stories about Turkish culture, dancing, music and even shared some Turkish humour with us. We have many jokes and anecdotes which I'm sure we will remember from time to time as we remember the wonderful few days we spent in this most surprising land with very friendly and smily people. A place I would happily re visit one ...
Sunday, 20 April - Easter Sunday.
We had our English creme eggs quietly, and that was the sum total celebration of Easter.
We are in Pamukkale, which is an ancient Greco-Roman and Byzantine spa town with mineral calcium travertines, very spectacular. Pamukkale has been a tourist town for centuries and all the people who came to take the waters... and then died, are buried in ...
... needed to skedaddle to our overnight destination, Assos. The sunset was magnificent – a bright pink orbit on the horizon….and then we were driving in the dark. We had been told “Never go out at night in Turkey” but we didn’t have much choice!
We arrived at Hotel Kervansaray in Assos at 8:00 pm – a beautiful little village on the coast, down a steep cobblestone hill. We actually had to drive through an outdoor restaurant ...
Today, Monday, August 7th, Milo and I awoke to go on a guided tour to Ephesus. This city is the best preserved, classic ruins in Asia Minor. There were actually four Ephesus'es. The ruins is of the fourth Ephesus. We receive a 30 minute long lecture from our tour guide. She was very knowledgeable but we were ready to explore and SEE. So it was only half appreciated by the whole group. Finally we started to move from point to point. There was an impressive theater upon entering ...