Dabaklar Hotel

Candan Tarhan Bulv. No 42, Kusadasi, Turkish Aegean Coast, 09400, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Candan Tarhan Bulv. No 42, Kusadasi, is near Efeze., Pammukkale (Cotton Castle), Milli Park, and Long Beach.
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    Touring Ephesus & more

    A travel blog entry by sandy1948 on Sep 01, 2014

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... she was Artemis's mother. Eternal flame at Hera Temple, carried 3x/day to the Artemis Temple. Visiting Ephesus was the biggest part of our day as this is such a large site and so important in history. Next we voted to go to a local place where they served traditional Turkish food, such as Mezza, that is cooked in traditional ways. Thus is actually a school where people are learning to make Turkish carpets. We saw how the ...

    Ruins, Rugs and Rolexes in Turkey

    A travel blog entry by halleyc on May 01, 2014

    14 photos

    ... her home, each Pope has visited the home, and there are gifts inside from them – rosaries and other mementos. It is a very small home, only three rooms. Many were praying inside and quite emotional. Outside of the home are fountains with holy water, and large groups of nuns. According to the guide, this is where the assumption of Mary is said to have happened, and there is a large mass every year at the sight on the date.

    After ...

    Ephesus, Carpets, and High Pressure Sales

    A travel blog entry by andbrown on Oct 24, 2013

    2 photos

    ... block originally contained six houses, but one of them was later split into two. The houses we saw belonged to wealthy people. The first house we walked through was the biggest and was 9000 square feet! They have determined that the owner of this house was the owner of the main market in Ephesus which would make him very wealthy. The houses are quite well preserved and we could see the tile mosaic floors, and paintings on the walls. We could also see the clay pipes ...

    Our Holiday has Gone to Ruins

    A travel blog entry by filshie on Aug 16, 2013

    25 photos

    ... which is an acropolis that sits on an impressive steep ridge between two tributaries of the Caicus River. To get to it is a steep cable car ride because they want to limit road traffic to the summit. The ridge is naturally fortified down to the Caicus valley floor. This was a complete surprise because unlike Athens here you can get up close to the ruins and enjoy a close feel for what it was like in this upper city which was fortified in the 4th or 3rd century ...

    Death & Ruin - a day of lessons

    A travel blog entry by 2legs2wheels on May 06, 2013

    1 comment, 35 photos

    Today would sadden & enliven me in equal measure.

    After 3 hours of sleep my unkind alarm alerted me to the fact that it was time to alight for the ferry that I had decided on taking to Bandirma. It had been an easy decision because the thought of crawling through the centre and outskirts of Istanbul on my stead did not enthrall me. If I went through a girls outskirts that slowly, they would be collecting their pension before it got interesting. So instead ...