Esat Hotel

Address: Birlik Yapi Kooperatifi Enver Reis Sok. No 5, Kusadasi, Turkish Aegean Coast, 09400, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Birlik Yapi Kooperatifi Enver Reis Sok. No 5, Kusadasi, is near Efeze., Pammukkale (Cotton Castle), Aqua Fantasy Land, and Kusadasi Market.
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    Travel Blogs from Kusadasi

    Day visiting Kusadasi

    A travel blog entry by maccatravels on Apr 21, 2015

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    Our day in Kusadasi with our guide Sinan has arrived. Up early to our meeting point at 7.30, then off the ship and meet Sinan again then into the van and off we go. Today there are 8 of us, so glad we have some private tours on this trip, makes for such an easier smooth tour than waiting for 50 other people to get on the bus. Our first stop in Ephesus was The house of Mary. Such a serene place and very well looked after, even the toilets. Stopped to have a look, ...

    Little Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by tb1954 on Sep 19, 2014

    7 photos

    ... one wall are millions of pieces of white rag tied in knots. These are believe to represent "unfilled wishes" and are put there by Christians visiting the Shine of the Virgin Mary.

  • Again the currency here is Turkish lire.
  • The normal population of Kusadasi is 65,000 however it rapidly grows to 500,000 during the high season.
  • The mode of transport around the island is mini bus or little three wheeled vehicles. All the streets ...

  • Our day in Ephesus, Turkey

    A travel blog entry by malloryharvie on Jun 10, 2014

    41 photos

    ... that it was mandatory. We were farmed off the bus and taken into the Bazaar into a shop and taken up a few flights of stairs. There we were given a maximum 5 minute speech and demonstration on how carpets are hand woven, and the rest of the time was simply the men trying to sell their carpets. Many of them were upwards of $8,000 and once they were done "showing" us their carpets, the room flooded with more men and they immediately cornered each of us ...

    Cushy Dashing

    A travel blog entry by paulej4 on Nov 03, 2013

    7 photos

    ... preserved structure here (but there are many to choose from). It dates to the second century A.D. Four statues of women in the niches symbolize Wisdom, Fate, Virtue and Knowledge. Perfect symbolism but they are reproductions as the almost two thousand year old originals were carted off to the Vienna Museum and have not been returned.

    Built by slaves, Ephasus sports communal marble toilets and lots of brothels ...

    Natural and man-made awesomeness

    A travel blog entry by pam_steve on Sep 20, 2013

    16 photos

    ... 8217;re getting good at this travel thing because on a hunch we happened to miss out on 4 hours of a complete waste of time. Yesssss! There were a few remains from the same era as Ephesus in Pammukale but the main attraction was the calcium terraces and mineral water pools. After visiting, Steve and I left as 16 and 15 years old, respectively. These pools are said to make you 10 years younger. We may need a chaperon for the rest of our trip, ...