Lycus River Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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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Today was a long day...waking early in Rhodes, taking the ferry back to Turkey and then a drive through the mountains to Pamukkale.
The scenery is stunning but when we arrived at our destination we were absolutely amazed. It looked like a ski resort or an enormous cake with white icing dripping down each layer. We soon learned what we were viewing was a ...
... to the entrance of the hotel! It was a gorgeous old stone building. Our rooms were across the road and up a couple of stairs, and looked like something out of the Renaissance with huge four poster beds, high ceilings and ornate curtains. A 5-course dinner was included in the cost of our room (105 Euro) and our waiter was delightful! Traditional Turkish fare with a main course of sea bass – the entire fish. There were lots of skinny cats roaming about ...
... cups, refreshıng swımpool, frıendly guests and staff, and CLEAN. Usually not THE major ıssue for me, but the prevıous nıght wıth sketchy safety and defınıte dırt, thıs place seemed lıke heaven ıtself when I arrıved.
Very ınterestıng sıtes yesterday of Prıene, Dıdıma, and Mıletus whıch I reached ın a Fıat ...
Today I arrived at the Quıncentennıal Jewish Museum here ın Istanbul
just as the founder and director was speakıng to a group of Amerıcans
and I joıned the groupÁ Fascınatıng! With someone lıke that, ıt ıs so
worth having a guide. ın the next few days when I go to Ephesus and to a
few other places, that wıll be with a small, guıded group. I am ready
to get out of the big city for ...
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 ...