Batihan

Ilica Mevkii, Kusadasi, Turkish Aegean Coast, 09440 , Turkey | 4 star hotel
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Sunday in Turkey

A travel blog entry by bcope100

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... met in Turkey was very friendly. Once back on ship, we all headed to the pool area & watched a movie on this giant screen they have. The area is about 5 stories tall, with deck chairs all around & the movie picture can be viewed even during broad daylight! We haven't yet been able to make it to a showing at night, we're usually too tired! LOL We had a late dinner & then it was time to call it a night. My personal favorite city/tour/day so ...

That hills and the valleys

A travel blog entry by bevie

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... few cats laying around the ruins.

Another long drive and we come to the ruins of Pergamon. To get here we had to drive through the town along some very narrow alleys, with houses either side and up an extremely steep hill. We have great faith in the driver!
the ruins can be seen from the valley below but on viewing them in the flesh, they are larger than life. We see a lot of rubble ruins that look like pillars and ...

Tukish Riviera Kusadasi

A travel blog entry by r-k-worldtrip

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... guide suggested we must call into a alabaster – factory…a craft the town is famous for … no obligation to buy of course (although it was pointed out that if we did our guide would get paid) – giving us free drinks & a toilet stop is just Turkish hospitality.

Our guide was very proud of having taught (now well & truly retired) the town’s current mayor because he taught him everything (and English). He ...

Istanbul remembered

A travel blog entry by cyclingmo

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... of Canakkale, where the famous ruins of the City of Troy are located. There isn't much left to see, but it is astounding to think that the city was originally built around 3000 BC and was in existence until about 400 AD when it was moved because the port it was located on was silting up and couldn't be used any more. It is amazing that they have uncovered 9 different layers of the city and they are still excavating! You may remember that Troy was the scene ...

A Theater, a Temple, and a Church

A travel blog entry by keralajs

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Yesterday afternoon we met the General Theological Seminary group at the Izmir airport, and we drove directly to our hotel in Selcuk. Dick and I may be the only non-Episcopalians in the group, but having been baptized a non-conformist (in India), I can handle it.

We began our official tour today in Miletus, a thriving port city when St. Paul stopped here on his third ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Ilica Mevkii, Kusadasi, is near Efeze., Pammukkale (Cotton Castle), Milli Park, and Long Beach.
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