Hotel First Class

Address: Yali Caddesi No 12 , Altinkum, Aydin Province, Turkish Aegean Coast, 092370, Turkey | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Yali Caddesi No 12 , Altinkum, is near Efeze., Pammukkale (Cotton Castle), Aqua Fantasy Land, and Kusadasi Market.
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    Travel Blogs from Altinkum

    Ruins and so much more

    A travel blog entry by 2buckleys on Jul 04, 2015

    27 photos

    ... industrial expansion or new multi storey apartment blocks going up. It’s a real boom town with all the side effects.


    Izmir too is a massive city (>3,5million inhabitants) and is clearly thriving. It’s built around the harbour but acre upon acre of hillside is covered with apartment blocks. Thank goodness for the GPS and the ring road! It took us around the rim of the city. Fellow campers tell us it’s ...

    Goodbye budget, hello carpet

    A travel blog entry by mike.donat on Jun 28, 2015

    10 photos

    ... nor the Temple. In fact, one sole column remains of the Temple. A family of storks has made its nest up at the top of the column which was kind of neat.

    During our drive, Hilary, Zeynep and I discussed what was occurring in Greece yesterday and she was telling us how torn the Turks are about joining the EU. There are so many benefits to being part of the EU, especially travel related. She was saying that she needs to ...

    Walking in the footsteps of Cleopatra

    A travel blog entry by sandy.astill on Apr 30, 2015

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... to complete. The manager did his best to sell us all a carpet, but the price tag for meagre ANZAC pilgrims was unrealistic, despite us all having a better understanding of the justification for such a cost. The final stop for the day was the Temple of Artemis. Once an expansive building, all that remain today was one column, haphazardly reerected using odd pieces of columns, placed without consideration for the need to have wider pieces at the bottom and narrower pieces on the ...

    Selcuk

    A travel blog entry by tommy1982 on Aug 31, 2014

    3 comments, 62 photos

    ... the excavated ruins were interesting and I particularly liked the ingenuity of the ottomans, who had converted a wing of a Christian cathedral into a giant water tank. Having had a thoroughly enjoyable day up until this point I pushed my luck just a little too far, taking a dolmus to kusadasi a town on the coast where I thought I would be able to eat some seafood while watching the sun set. Unfortunately, I hated kusadasi as soon as I arrived and it didn't get any better ...

    In the path of the saints

    A travel blog entry by essejtravels on Apr 08, 2014

    5 photos

    ... had to carry them down the hill and up. The city had big pillars at the temple of Athena, god of knowledge, and a road down to the harbour but we didn't go there because the guide said there would be snakes. I also sat in the Parliament House. We then drove to a city called Miletus were we walked past a group of noisy school kids to a huge theatre that was really cool. We then walked to an intersection with a road heading down to other buildings. We turned right towards ...