Hans Bardakci Hotel

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

Turkish Delights

A travel blog entry by billiejago on Jun 07, 2013

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... sands of the beaches, to the call to prayer filling the skies, Turkey really does have something for everyone. (I sound like I am writing an advert for Turkey) I have done many firsts in Turkey, including simple things like using my first washing machine! Going on my first jet ski, the first time trying new foods, and the first language I have tried to learn. I WILL be 100%25 fluent one day!! My Mother owns an apartment in Kusadasi, i'll admit not the most ...

A Turkish Road Trip

A travel blog entry by departureatl on Jun 14, 2012

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... to get my Turkey book so we could order. We had all learned a few words, but it wasn't enough! :) Lunch was good- we basically got one of everything! Then we moved on to Pamukkale. The formations were wild and we were pleasently surprised that you could still walk out into the warm springs. However, it was about one million degrees so the hot water wasn't that refershing! We explored the ruins of Pamukkale as well. I didn't realize there was a city ...

The ruins of Ephesus City @ Izmir

A travel blog entry by travel.geek on Aug 29, 2011

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... The ruins of Ephesus City

The first stop is Ephesus City, an ancient Greek city, and later a major Roman city, on the west coast Izmir Province, Turkey. It was one of the twelve cities during the Classical Greek era. In the Roman period, it was for many years the second largest city of the Roman Empire; ranking behind Rome, the empire's capital.

The city was famed for the Temple of Artemis (completed ...

Towards Mt Nemrut

A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Jun 05, 2011

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... 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

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... 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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