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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... travertines clean, but its so fun! A lot of the Russians were sitting in the pools like they were Jacuzzis, and having photos taken of them covered head to toe in the weird sand - they looked quite ridiculous.
When we got to the bottom of the hill, we were back in the town again and only a few metres from the hotel. It was so hot that day, we went back to the hotel to chill for a couple of hours before we went out to dinner. That evening we went to ...
... all the stone from.... from there we drove to Pammukale, arriving just on dusk. After checking in enjoyed a late dinner of turkish lamb chops (as good as NZ lamb) at Mehmet's Heaven restaurant - the restauranteur was quite a character and so eager to please, and became quite animated when he found out we were from New Zealand.
... and headed straight for Hierapolis. We very fortunately drove past the crowds heading up to the waterfalls and went round the back to an empty car park and entered the Roman city by the back door, though the grave yard actually... The city is just huge and I took a photo of the city plan so one could have an idea of it. It's a 2C spa town, set on hillside with hot (and they are hot) mineral rich waters flowing through the city. Below is an ...
We left Lisbon bright and early, another 4am start! We were sad to leave Portugal because we absolutely loved it there. Definitely want to go back! But excited to start the next part of the trip, Turkey! We had a day of flying pretty much, 2 hours to Barcelona then a 4 hour stopover then 3 hours to Istanbul. So we had breakfast in Portugal, lunch in Spain then dinner in Turkey! 3 countries in one day! Too bad all meals were in airports but that couldn't be ...
... before our 7.5 hour bus ride we got to see some really incredible things. The night before we’d arrived in Denizli around midnight after a five hour bus ride from Marmaris, after an hour and a half ferry ride from Rhodes. So we were pretty tired. But nonetheless we powered on and got up at 8 AM and got a minibus to Pamukkale, a small town that's the reason anyone goes to Denizli at all. Pamukkale means "cotton castle" in Turkish, which is a pretty ...