Gokcen Hotel

Address: Ovacik Mah. Oludeniz Beldesi, Marmaris, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, 48700, Turkey | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Ovacik Mah. Oludeniz Beldesi, Marmaris, is near Zelve Open Air Museum and Cappadocia Ez Air Balloons.
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Travel Blogs from Marmaris

Weekend in Ankara

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Jul 20, 2014

6 comments, 8 photos

... are still busy during the day with Turks who are not fasting.

Likewise there are women dressed in short figure hugging dresses chatting to women wearing maxi dresses and headscarves.

The troubles that erupted in Istanbul in 2013/ 14 were apparently in protest against Erdogan and his government which seems to be driving forward an Islamist agenda. It is feared by some Turks that Erdogan is slowly but surely threatening the secular ...

Up, up in our Balloon

A travel blog entry by leonajim on Apr 07, 2014

1 comment, 28 photos

... fat! They looked bright enough though and the people saddling them up were treating them nicely so of we went.

It was a shame that the guide we had was riding a young skittish horse and he was leading Kayla's horse. He was friendly though and could speak English so that helped. A small section where the young horse made Kayla's horse jump back gave her a bit of a fright but by the end of our ride she decided to have the lead off. Unfortunately the horses was ...

Ataturk

A travel blog entry by shelleydarcy on Sep 07, 2013

3 photos

One of the most significant places in Ankara is Anitkabir, a large park on a hill overlooking the city. It contains the Mausoleum of Ataturk, the founder of modern Turkey. The Mausoleum is a huge but simple building, with marble floors, big columns and a decorated roof. The coffin has nothing in it and the tomb is below. There were many Turks there paying homage to this important man, who of course is known to NZers for his role at Gallipoli. The best part ...

Beach time

A travel blog entry by shelleydarcy on Aug 30, 2013

5 photos

Since my last blog we have spent some more quality time in and around the water!! We have taken local buses, dolmus, out along the peninsula to spend the day at gorgeous Selimiye. Lots of Turks seemed to be holidaying there, plus people from a number of yachts. It was pretty windy getting there and Nic didn't feel too well. Oh yes, the roads aren't that flash either. Passed a place aka as Jesus Beach...it has a sand spit and people can walk on water. Next ...

Sanliurfa... City of Prophets

A travel blog entry by cotafamily4 on Apr 18, 2010

26 photos

... of the damage that had been done by muslims to one of their temples... It might also be attributed to the fact that many wars and acts of brutality riddling human history have been committed in the name of some religious disagreements... Of course for some of this religious commitment comes a calmness with a few of the practitioners... a serene sense of peace in knowing and understanding something that most ...

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