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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... get going before every city you visit is booked up! And if the Indian middle class starts to travel the way the Chinese middle class is, forget about it.
We loved this place. Mostly because it combines my two of my favorite things : history and hot springs. When we read that you can soak in hot springs, we were stoked. But to make things even better, this hot spring is called the Antique Pools. At the bottom ...
... appreciate and enjoy all that a country has to offer. Pamukkale means ‘cotton castle’ in Turkish and is a famous natural wonder here in southwestern Turkey. The village contains these hot springs and travertines which are terraces of carbonate minerals left by the flowing water. No doubt you’ve seen pictures of this wonder and the photos do look terrific - snowy white with trickling spring water into ...
... to in the last couple of months. Lauren was particularly pleased with a pack of dogs napping in the shade of a tree. My highlight was a playground that looked like it had been created by ripping apart rusty iron plates. It was a nightmarish contraption that reminded me of my childhood. Farmers always seem to possess, in abundance, bits of scrap metal and the crafting skills to be able to assemble spaces of jagged joy. A nostalgia kick ...
... mountain of baking soda - behold Pamukkale, the "Cotton Castle."
Sodium bicarbonate spills over the cliffs making it look like a ski resort in early May. The spring water is pumped through, forming tiered pools as small as a quarter to as large as a swimming pool. The ...
... factory, it was impressive to see the potter create a dish and lid on a foot powered spiny thing. We were then invited downstairs to view the 'glow in the dark' bowls and tiles, they have "moonstone" in them. The owner offered us 'apple tea' and pomegranate juice. Which for sure was just apple juice, and red cordial. We were all in agreements. No one purchased anything and we were soon back on our bus heading for Pamukkale. The following day we headed up to the 'castles ...