Club Alla Turca Hotel

Address: Dalyan, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, 48840, Turkey | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Dalyan

Still in Ankara

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Jul 22, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... Iran promises to be one the main highlights of our route. If we have to curtail it any further, it will simply be a road rather than life experience.

*SG is still resisting Harvey Nichols. She goes instead to the Museum of Ethnography which has some interesting exhibitions on carpet making, the history of Turkish coffee & Haman rituals. Not for the first time, SG is impressed by ...

Modern Ankara

A travel blog entry by diane.reed on May 18, 2014

2 photos

... it is the day when Turks celebrate independence and the role of Ataturk in establishing Modern Turkey. Hence the queues at the Mausoleum are long.

The Turks admire Ataturk greatly. Until the 1920's, Turkey was still controlled by Sultans and the military. Politics was conducted in French and commerce in Arabic. Meanwhile the population spoke Turkish, the alphabet was Arabic and females were not counted as part of the population. People did not ...

Business & a bush-mans hanky.

A travel blog entry by emtyadventures on Nov 15, 2013

6 photos

... to the Ankara terminal we were instantly aware that we were foreigners, proven by the staring and stand out outfits. The terminal was huge, almost empty, dark and dirty, with people having made homes out of public seating. It wasn’t until we arrived that we realised we had not downloaded the apartment address. We fumbled through finding Wifi, then lined up in a taxi rank behind a man who tucked a pistol into the back of his pants.

We survived the taxi line, ...

Day 2- Turkey

A travel blog entry by katejermyn on Jun 27, 2013

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... the steam room, hosed off, scrubbed, painted with mud and massaged in the Turkish bath, very different but amazing. Skins was shinning for a good 10 minutes before I retuned to the pool for sunbank. My shinning skin in one sunburnt, red and burning.... Just a little. Dinner was at a traditional Turkish restaurant along the river in town about a 3minute walk from BC Spa Hotel. I had traditional yoghurt, garlic and dill with Turkish breed and a beer. Cheap as ever $13.00 ...

On to Ankara

A travel blog entry by atlantakevin on Jun 09, 2011

2 comments, 23 photos

... Museum which has a vast collection of artifacts, many very primative, from numerous civilizations that spent time in Turkey crossing back and forth between Asia and Europe. For the history buffs, they include people from the Palaeolithic Age (around 8000 BC), Neolithic Age (8000 - 5500 BC), Chalcolithic Age (Copper-Stone 5500 - 3000 BC), Early Bronze Age (3000 - 1950 BC), Assyrian Trade Colonies (1950 - 1750 ...