Gunes House Hotel

Address: Gullerpinari Mahhalesi Bulut Sokkak No: 7, Side, Antalya, 07400, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Gullerpinari Mahhalesi Bulut Sokkak No: 7, Side, is near The Acropolis, The Asklepion, Red Basilica (Kizil Avlu), and Archaeology Museum (Arkeoloji Muzesi).
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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    I got in the basket!

    A travel blog entry by caeneden on Sep 04, 2015

    4 comments, 18 photos

    ... and Turkey. He flies balloons in the morning and manages a hotel the rest of the time. He only needs about 3 hours sleep per night. I thought of Tony. He's the same. He landed the basket on the trailer, like they did when Dad and Uncle Trevor went up. He did have a bit of help from the ground crew though, pulling the basket about if needed. We had champagne to toast a safe landing. A lot of laughing and talking going on. They bought out ...

    Photos don't paint the picture here!

    A travel blog entry by caeneden on Sep 02, 2015

    5 comments, 32 photos

    ... it was risky but possibly OK. Speaking to the manager here, they buy all produce they can from the village. A lady might come up to the hotel with a basket of tomatoes. The manager will ask how much she would like for the tomatoes. One week the lady may say 20 Lira. The next, she may say 50 Lira. The manager explained that the hotel just pays whatever is asked because it means that is how much the lady needs for that week. The whole village is ...

    Long drive and then Gamirasu cave hotel

    A travel blog entry by m.arch on Sep 02, 2015

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... Turkish baths. The enclosed stone walls where purple slept were so cool on the 35 degree day. A welcome change especially for people walking all those years ago. From here we then went to an underground city. It was incredible. Hundreds of metres under the ground that the people lived in and took shelter in from invading armies. We went down 5 stories. You can't imagine these things. After this we traveled to ...

    The early Christian struggle.

    A travel blog entry by ralph.rydell on Jul 07, 2015

    1 comment, 22 photos

    I think that most people going to Cappadocia think of seeing the eroded rock formations in unusual shapes and they are somewhat unique in their abundance but I could argue that we have similar and even more magnificent examples of this in the Southwest U.S. What makes this area interesting is the history of the people who lived in Cappadocia and why they lived there, and how they adapted to the threats they faced.
    The unusual rock formations come from 10 ...


    A travel blog entry by hbowen on Jun 07, 2015

    37 photos

    ... dealing with it is somewhat different. Despite all of that if you've never heard Adhan (the evening prayer call) ring out across a middle eastern city at sunset you're really missing something in your life. I truly do think it's one of the most beautiful things that I have ever head.

    This weekend we headed a few hours away to Cappadocia. One of the oldest places in Turkey. We got to tour an underground city that used to accommodate ...