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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... tips to evaluate the quality of carpets and also to see first hand some of the hand-loomed rugs being created there.
Then of course there is the "full court press" as the sales staff zeros in on the enthralled visitors. We had in mind that we might buy something for our new apartment in Stockholm...and indeed we came away with something for the hall and something for the wall.....happy that Lars is a good negotiator.
... Marble columns. Big ones. And large slabs of marble. And decorative bits of marble. I sat on a Roman column in the brilliant sunshine in The Antique Pool of Pamukkale! We swam everywhere in this pool. It is big. And there is an area with no old marble rubble (!) that is very deep for serious swimming. We went under a bridge, lay under the hot water pouring into the pool. There are big trees growing on the absolute edge with their roots into the water. The whole edge of the ...
... Turkish ladies in their bras and undies gave us a salt scrub and a wash with a bag of bubbles! We also had our hair washed. Very relaxing. Dinner was another buffet style then we headed out to the Pasha Club. Many beers and cocktails were had and a bit of dancing, but the music was mostly doof doof! We left about 1:40am as Mandy was a bit worse for wear! The club also had a tattoo and piercing parlour set ...
... built on and above the limestone but when it became a UNESCO site, the hotels had to be pulled down. Hoorah!
It is just the most amazing experience to feel under foot (you have to take your shoes and socks off), and to visually see. From below it looks like a massive glacier with people dotted all over it. Once up there you can see the beautiful cool green transparent water, and feel the heat of the thermal water rushing ...
... typical!. One of those horribly fascinating moments but good to know that even ancient Hierapolis tortoises have still got an appetite for lust if not love….
So, having reached the travertines, and leaving behind the relative peace and quiet of the ruins, we were overwhelmed by hoards of tourists, dominated by Japanese and Russians, and it would seem the the majority clearly come purely to take selfies on ...