Derici Hotel

Address: Ataturk Bulvari 42/1, Kusadasi, Turkish Aegean Coast, 09400, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Ataturk Bulvari 42/1, Kusadasi, is near Efeze., Pammukkale (Cotton Castle), Kusadasi Market, and Milli Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Kusadasi

    Was President Lincoln a Jew?

    A travel blog entry by newsbob on Jun 02, 2015

    10 photos

    ... the slaves. "Oh yes," he said. "The Jews are very creative."

    I don't think he was convinced of Lincoln's religion.

    On the ship, we were warned to be extremely careful about pickpockets in Kusadasi. We were told not to wear expensive jewelry, and not to display large amounts of money when opening our wallets. We were advised to keep a watchful eye on cameras and other valuables.

    We noticed a number of uniformed ...

    Walkin the streets of Ephesis.

    A travel blog entry by jamaar on Sep 30, 2014

    27 photos

    ... but interesting. I have never broke bread in my life so I thought if I was ever going to do it I would here. The priest was cool. He raised his voice at 2 idiots that took the bread but didn't eat it, " Sir! You have to eat it up here!" Then the ruins of the bacilica. The city of Ephesis moved around a lot back then because of fires and earthquakes. This was the 3rd city location and the actual resting place of St. John. Was nice but not very big, the church ...

    Kusadasi, Turkey- Day 13

    A travel blog entry by nicski on Jun 24, 2014

    21 photos

    Today's highlights... Ephesus- this was massive. An old roman town, basically made of marble & pillars. Pretty weird seeing how they use to live & the sophistication they had back 2000 years. It looks better than some of the 3rd world countries we have today. Basilica- so much detail. Hard to comprehend. ...

    Awesome, famous Ephesus, and nearby Selcuk

    A travel blog entry by stevelegassick on Oct 01, 2013

    77 photos

    ... 600 years. It was finally plundered big time by the Goths (from now-Germany) in 268CE. It was finally all gone by 401CE, they say. Some of its impressive columns were apparently used in the construction of the Hagia Sofia (Istanbul), as well as many other places in the Ottoman Empire.

    The site was rediscovered in 1869CE, after 60 years of searching! Today, there are only ...

    Simply Selcuk - tea sugar and a dream!

    A travel blog entry by sarah_and_ox on Sep 22, 2013

    3 photos

    ... her card wouldn't work in the hotel's eftpos machine. We got to the Kamil Kok (bus) office where we were told to follow this young man and he will show us the way to the mini bus. We got talking to the gent, and it turns out he was an archeology student, however after Uni, he had to enlist in the Turkish army for a while, which he wasn't too happy about. We ended up talking to him for awhile, and I think he was happy to try out some of his English on us:) When ...