Bodrium Hotel & Spa

Address: Buyuk Iskender Cad 13, Bodrum, Bodrum Peninsula, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, 48400, Turkey | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on Buyuk Iskender Cad 13, Bodrum, is near Hagia Sophia Museum / Church (Ayasofya), Grand Bazaar (Kapali Carsisi), Bodrum Amphitheater, and Myndus gate.
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      Travel Blogs from Bodrum

      Oct 19, 2014

      A travel blog entry by marksanti on Oct 19, 2014

      Arrived early morning into Bodrum, Turkey. Due to high winds, we were unable to dock at the port, so the decision was made to head on to one of our next ports being Katakolon. Spent a lazy day eating and resting and then had a drink at the Commodore Club where the Captain made the announcement we would be heading to Sarande, Albania after Greece. This will be the first time a Cunard ship will go to this port in ...

      Anchoring off the small island of Orak

      A travel blog entry by goodner on Oct 16, 2014

      23 photos

      ... Catherine's Journal:
      Today, is the day before we have to leave. I am just getting teary-eyed just thinking about it. No more wonderful crew, no delicious two-course meals, and more importantly, no more company. (The families, I mean). I am dying having to think of leaving this 78 foot long yacht. But it will be nice to lose a few pounds though. I DON'T WANT TO ...

      Riding dune buggies in Kos

      A travel blog entry by goodner on Oct 14, 2014

      27 photos

      ... and go. I did it. My vanity had already taken a massive hit for the past 2.5 weeks, so why stop now? We went to the ruins in Kos, which were interesting, and far more visited than those in Astipalia. There were magnificent views from the hilltop fortress remains, with many a photo-op. Afterwards, we rented dune buggies, and each of the adults drove one child with them. Sam took the lead and drove us up gravel paths, some of which ...

      Across 2 continents

      A travel blog entry by lizmorbey on Oct 07, 2014

      3 comments, 45 photos

      ... The next day we all caught a Dolmus to Gumusluk, what an absolute typical wonderful Turkish village, the views were outstanding, couldn't take enough photos, what a lovely way to finish our fantastic holiday in Turkey.Today Gumusluk retains a small-scale, relaxed and magical atmospheree thanks to strictly enforced building prohibitions, designed to protect the ancient site. The charming flower-bedecked houses follow the curve of a small and pretty bay. Gumusluk ...

      Discovering the ruins of Knidos

      A travel blog entry by goodner on Sep 29, 2014

      14 photos

      We made a quick stop in Knidos, since the winds were still high and we couldn't stay overnight here. Knidos had a couple of claims to fame: it was the home of one of the inventors of geometry, and it has some of the best ruins on the Turkish coast from over 2000 years ago. Despite the winds, Captain Guner managed to moor us for a couple of hours in the bay so that we could see the old footprints of homes and buildings, fallen columns ...