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... thermal pools or taking a swim in the thermal baths. It was a beautiful day but we hadn't packed our swim suits so I was happy with removing my shoes and taking a brief wade...a bit slippery but definitely a great experience.
Then Lars and I visited the ruins, walking down the "main" street, past the fountains and climbing to the Theater. All of the sites we ...
Got picked up at 8.30 for our tour of Pamukkale. It was the same tour guide and most of the same people from the tour of Ephesus the previous day. The ride there took about 3 hours so our first stop was for lunch - another massive buffet! After an hour of eating we headed up to the top of the Pamukkale terraces. The terraces were formed of calcium carbonate, giving them a distinctly white ...
I think I have spent half of my time in Turkey riding the buses and today was no exception. Too bad the site I sought was not really worth the 9.5 hour journey. Looking at a map my destination of Pammukkale is pretty much straight north of Kas show it should be relatively easy to reach. With nothing connecting even close I was forced back to Antalya four hours east in order to catch another bus to get me to the nearby hub of Denizli and then I ...
... was completely unreasonable and refused.
We stayed 3 nights in Pamukkale, and then we stayed one night in two other Hotels in order to get to our next destination.
After we left Panukkale and visited Emphesus; we booked into the Hotel Baylan Basemane ...
... of the thermal spas! We had all day, so we walked around the ruins which included another impressive theatre. With hours to go before our overnight bus, despite the exorbitant cost, we agreed to take a dip in the crystal clear water of the Sacred Pool. In Cleopatra's ancient thermal pools, we swam through Roman ruins, dodging columns and other pieces of thousands of years old bits of buildings scattered around us! The water is around 35 degrees Celsius, and contains lots of ...