Belinda Sol

Kumkoy, Antalya, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kumkoy

From Antalya, resort on the Mediterranean

A travel blog entry by jwbea


... the Mediterreanean, a lovely bay surrounded by low mountains. Visited a fascinating set of ruins and a wonderful archeological museum today. (and I do not usually get excited over archeology). Tomorrow we head toward Cappadocia, a region with caves and strange rock formations called "fairy chimneys." John is going to take a hot air ballon ride. Along the way, our guide has promised to talk to us about Turkey's present political situation and the protests. ...

Large, impressive ruined Greek city - in the rain

A travel blog entry by stevelegassick


Got caught in the rain and fog here (the only day of rain in months), but that meant few tourists, which was great. The only tourists I hate more than tour group tourists are cruise ship tour group tourists...and here there were none of either type of group. Perfect! (My standard line is that I love travelers and hate tourists!)

Bonus: The new cable car whisks you to the top of the mountain in ...

More ruins of greatness, now sleepy town

A travel blog entry by brynandnate

... down in the taxi- winding, steep, one lane road that our taxi driver handled expertly.
We are off to bed for our second night in the hotel here in Bergama, and then off to Cenakkale tomorrow if all goes as planned, for 2 days of quiet relaxation in Bozcaada, a tiny island on the coast. Then 4-5 days in Istanbul, with our own ...


A travel blog entry by alienes


... They are already famous with its grilled meatballs and salads.If you are going to pass by there,just stop and taste it.Even not,also you can find it in big cities as Istanbul,Izmir etc.
If we talk about the historical places of it (even if i didnt visit any of them),i heard about a basilica in Akhisar.
We just went on our way after feed our stomachs with delicious ...

Pergamum and Asclepion

A travel blog entry by finnegan


... Many treatment were related to dream therapy and psychoanalysis.

The Asclepion was most famous for its physician, Galen (131 to 210 AD). He sewed up many of the gladiators and was able to add great knowledge to the medical field about the circulatory and nervous systems. The symbol of the god of medicine, Asclepios, is the snake which is still used today on ...


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