Hans Bardakci Hotel

Address: Mustafa Kemal Cad. No:24 , Kahta, Adiyaman, Turkey | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Mustafa Kemal Cad. No:24 , Kahta, is near Celsus Library, Kemeralti Market, Archaeological Museum of Izmir, and Kadifekale.
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Travel Blogs from Kahta

Scraping Up Leftovers

A travel blog entry by josiah.chin on Jul 10, 2013

6 comments, 12 photos

... covered shopping center nor the tall clock tower were awe-inspiring, but they were worth the short walk to each. Afterward, we visited the boring Archaeology Museum (Istanbul's was much better) and the unique Ethnography Museum (details about Turkish day-to-day life and historical customs/trade [textile, metal...] developments).

Our final stop was Kadifekale (Co-di-fuh-kah-lay, Velvet Castle), the castle in which Polycarp was martyred at ...

First night in Turkey

A travel blog entry by keralajs on Jan 10, 2013

5 comments, 4 photos

... but is now the third largest city in Turkey, with a population of nearly three million. It has a wonderful harbor, and we enjoyed watching the boats from the window of our hotel room.

In the afternoon we went to see some of the ruins of its earlier days. We began at the top: the acropolis of ancient Smyrna, known now as Kadifekale. The ...

Captain Berngtssn's little chickens

A travel blog entry by paulanddeb on Jun 07, 2012

1 comment, 3 photos

... however a ferry decided to make a dash across our stern which delayed our departure and allowed the lost chickens to return to the coup. Today was a half day in port as this afternoon we cruise to Istanbul (tomorrow’s port of call) which involves going through the Dardanelles strait at Gallipoli where we will have to slow from our normal 18knts.

We visited the ancient ruins of the city of Ephesus ...

Towards Mt Nemrut

A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Jun 05, 2011

22 photos

... Bridge ( Roman built in C2 AD to honour Emperor Septimus Severus). A fine humpback bridge spanning a tributary of the Euphrates where it emerges from a rugged gorge. we walked its length and tried to read the inscriptions.
Into attractive hilly country, passing a ruined castle (C13, Mamluk); more serious climbing after we entered the Nemrut Dagi Nat Park. Midway up we stopped at Arsameia, the ancient Commagene capital. A trail ...

Mount Nemrut

A travel blog entry by carolina2782 on May 30, 2011

34 photos

... was down in the valley. He told us about the excavation by a German research team and explained that the mummies were discovered but left in their graves. The stories differ but the place is beautiful and rather mysterious.

Ana, Tom and I climbed up to the top like mountain goats to see both the sunset and sunrise. While we were there we met our friend Taka whom we had traveled with on the gulet ...

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