Gizem Apartments

Address: Kemal Seyfettin Elgin BulvarI No 8/1, Gumbet, Bodrum Peninsula, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, 48700, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kemal Seyfettin Elgin BulvarI No 8/1, Gumbet, is near Mount Nemrut, Ishak Pasa Palace, Cifte Minareli Medrese, and Museum of the Republic.
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    Crete and Rhodes

    A travel blog entry by chrisandbruce on Sep 09, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... the local shops - well, souvenir shops that are everywhere and contain pretty much the same merchandise. On our way back to the ship Bruce took off his sandals at a small beach and “paddled” in the water. He has been wanting to have a swim in the Aegean Sea since we left Hobart but it hasn’t happened yet (mainly because we haven’t been near any beaches). He is hopeful of having a swim at Mykonos tomorrow.

    By noon the ...

    The Departure

    A travel blog entry by kevandm on Sep 09, 2015

    ... of stories later we left at 8.00 pm. Bit peckish, at this point we found a kebab place chowed that down and went off to find our escape route for the next morning to Kazzie because it was a 6.50 am flight. The helpful lady at the hotel told us about a taxi station at the top of the street found that then back to the hotel to try and get some shut eye for the early flight in the morning. We set alarm for 4.00 am ...

    Crossing borders

    A travel blog entry by markandgina on Sep 05, 2015

    ... on Fifty the week before. I could not hold myself back as the second smoker flicked his cigarette end into the blue blue sea. That's because he's a **** said the Turkish man from Brisbane. Yes, Sidney is a lot like Istanbul he said. And of course I always knew he was right. We arrived at Rhodes and where met by a Greek taxi, a Kinky Strip Club advert replacing the Turkish yellow and drove a few yards into the old medieval town of ...

    The Acropolis of Lindos

    A travel blog entry by newsbob on Sep 04, 2015

    14 photos

    ... been reinforced or completely restored or reconstructed, based on archeological discoveries.

    But to fully appreciate the historical origins of the site, you really need to use your imagination.

    [Begin rant] I really hate the way some tourists believe they have the right to stand directly in front of a photogenic location and take numerous selfies of themselves or their friends, then continue standing there ...

    Day 43: Following the Knights of St John

    A travel blog entry by snidjud on Sep 04, 2015

    9 photos

    ... by the Ottomans - led by Süleyman the Magnificent. They landed in Malta from Rhodes. The Ottomans controlled Rhodes until it fell under Italian rule in 1912. It finally became part of Greece in 1947. In the old town, you can see evidence of all of the various occupants. In the morning, when it was a little cooler, we walked in (literally "in" the moat) and around the outside of the well preserved walls that ...