Grand Eras Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... conference hall, laboratory and workshop. The old bazaar building houses the exhibits. Within this Ottoman building, the museum has a number of exhibits of Anatolian archeology. They start with the Paleolithic era, and continue chronologically through the Neolithic, Early Bronze, Assyrian trading colonies, Hittite, Phrygian, Urartian, Greek, Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, Seljuq and Ottoman periods. There is also ...
Had a great week in Turkey- delicious food, lots of history and a beautiful country! We started off in Istanbul then went to see the Gallipoli battlefields. After that down via troy to Ephesus to see what are some of the best preserved ruins in the world. After that off to Pamukkale to see the travertines - amazingly white cascading terraces from the deposited calcium carbonate. Then down the coast on a boat for a few days of good food, swimming and enjoying ...
... next day. It was a strange and desolate place, deathly quiet and serene despite the comically shaped peaks. As I was giggling at the formations, I chanced upon a makeshift stall with various spices and knitted shoes for sale. An elderly Turkish woman who spoke very little English approached me and started spruiking her wares. I nearly walked on, but something compelled me to linger. Her husband emerged from a the back of a small car carrying a pot of tea and bread, and ...
... for all the other groups to arrive. We were then driven to a clearing where we could see the operators were in the midst of blowing hot air into our balloon. After several attempts, we were finally up, up and away.
From the hot air balloon we could see the Cappadocia region. Sedimentary rocks formed in lakes and streams and ignimbrite deposits that erupted from ancient volcanoes approximately 9 to 3 million years ago, during the ...
... caravan. There were maybe 50 observers and we sat on four sides of a square under the stars - a mystical setting in itself. I cannot explain or capture the essence of the ritual - it was mesmerizing, powerful and eerily evocative of an awakening inside me.
As the dervishes greeted one another and shed ...