Club Aida

Address: Ayhanlar Caddesi 212 Sokak, Marmaris, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, 48700, Turkey | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Ayhanlar Caddesi 212 Sokak, Marmaris, is near Mount Nemrut, Ishak Pasa Palace, Cifte Minareli Medrese, and Uc Gumbetler (Three Tombs).
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    Travel Blogs from Marmaris

    Rhodes

    A travel blog entry by thejoiners on Jun 05, 2015

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    Today we arrived at Rhodes, The Island of the Sun and 4th largest island in Greece, where the sun shines more than 300 days per year. We were fortunate to be greeted by Nikos, a taxi driver who offered to show us around on a private tour of the highlights of the island for 130 Euro. First stop was near 'The Deers' a pretty spot on the harbour, the significance of the Deers was to protect the harbour. Nearby was the Metropolitian Church of the ...

    RHODES

    A travel blog entry by theproberts on Jun 05, 2015

    18 photos

    Arrived in Rhodes where the people appropriately chose Helios, the ancient God of the sun with 300+days as their divine patron & 4th largest island in Greece, also known as the Island of the Knights. We were fortunate to be greeted by Nikolas a taxi driver who offered to show us around on a private tour showing us the highlights of the Island for €130. First stop was near 'The Deers' mounted on stone pillars built by the Italians to protect ...

    A colossal place to visit

    A travel blog entry by newsbob on Jun 03, 2015

    19 photos

    ... times were talking about. At least they left a record of their life, enough for historians and anthropologists to piece together some information.

    We’ve heard several tour guides complain about what happened to sites like this one. British and German archeologists did much of the work uncovering Greek and Roman remains, then carted off the most impressive pieces to their own countries.
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    Lake Koycegiz

    A travel blog entry by chrisgodman on May 23, 2015

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... sides, but mainly to do with deadly Australians such as sharks, crocs, spiders, stingers etc!! On the way home we were entertained by an old gentlemen balancing bottles, doing rope tricks and then belly dancing for us...he invited me to join him and of course I couldn't resist...even got a few cheers from the mostly Turkish crowd. A very enjoyable ...

    Rhodes, the old town

    A travel blog entry by john.beach on May 02, 2015

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    ... days to " learn", and many perish trying to find their way back to their luxury liner. There are seven gates to the walled city, and ours is the Virgin Gate, named for the church ruins just inside. During the Italian occupation in the 30's, they put a road through its eastern transept, so locals call it the "split church". The old town is highly commercialised and aggressive in tone by day, but a different sight early in the morning before ...