Arisan Hotel & Pension

Saray Mah. Inonu Cad. No:81 Silifke Merkez, Silifke, Icel, Turkish Mediterranean Coast, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Saray Mah. Inonu Cad. No:81 Silifke Merkez, Silifke, is near Narlikuyu.
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Travel Blogs from Silifke

Castles, Castles and the Chasm of Heaven & Hell

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Apr 14, 2014

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... 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">After 450 steep steps down the mountain and into the cave, we were disappointed. We expected caverns with stalactites or stalagmites. It only had only a stubs of stalactites. And the Chapel of Virgin Mary, located at the cave's entrance, didn't impress either. I know, I know, the fact that this site tells an amazing story should be enough. We're ...

Had to stay with that hotel name

A travel blog entry by europeantour13 on Jun 04, 2013

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... a kilo of strawbs and a punnet of white mulberries for about $3; plus apricots and peaches. Eating that through the day makes us feel better. Breakfast is cheese, bread, olives, stras type meat, tomato, cucumber, egg [sometimes hard boiled or maybe omelette]; plus usually honey, jam. We had a fab omelette made and served in a neat copper based dish in Safranbolu. The wine is great but expensive.
Plenty of Efes beer though


It's such a perfect day

A travel blog entry by ludtjes on Mar 18, 2012

2 comments, 4 photos

... for them.
Then the three of us went to his home where there were 3 other couch surfers. We could take a shower and had a cosy and nice evening with some wine, popcorn, lots of music (youtube can be a very democratic dj :-) and chats with those four.
After a good night sleep, we would meet at 9 to go for a breakfast somewhere. I was a bit skeptical, how late will that be?, but to my surprise, at 9 we left the house. Our host bought some ...

Arrival by the Back Door - Turkey

A travel blog entry by travlingal on Mar 22, 2011


At the ferry dock in Tasacu, passport control leafed through my passport to find a visa to show I was re-entering from Cyprus. When we worked out that this was my first arrival to Turkey, he called over to a man slouched against a wall who snapped to attention and led me down a hallway past the toilets. It felt like going toward an interrogation room, but in fact there was a small office at the end of the hallway where he took ...

Silifke - A Short Stop Over

A travel blog entry by kdwali on Mar 14, 2011

11 photos

... onto the driver. Any change is then passed back among the passengers to the recipient. On passing some domestic refrigerators displayed on the roadside, our driver pulled over to inspect and negotiate with the vendor. Some 5 minutes later we were on our way again.

For the afternoon I caught another Dolmus to Narlikuyu, a fishing village some 30 mins ride away where I enjoyed a lovely fish dinner. And about as fresh as is possible. ...