Hotel Hermes

Address: Sehit Ahmet Benler Cad, Armutalan, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, 48700, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Sehit Ahmet Benler Cad, Armutalan, is near Saat Kulesi (Clock Tower), Aphrodisias, Konak Square, and The Agora.
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Travel Blogs from Armutalan

Overland to Pamukkale

A travel blog entry by aschavemaker on Sep 29, 2014

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... orange and pomegranate juice - low many varieties of Turkish a Delight could there possibly be? The count to date in any one location is 14. All delicious. Another Turkish eatery geared to tourist buses - I counted 7 big buses and everyone was fed, watered(wine for those who preferred) and out of there in an hour - very impressive as well as delicious. After lunch we were off again but not too far ...

Vida secreta do viajante | Traveler's secret life

A travel blog entry by sarita.castilho on Sep 11, 2014

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... terror, tudo dá certo no final. Sai do banheiro aliviada, comprei uma água (porque essa não preciso pedir, abro as geladeiras, pego e pago) e finalmente embarquei no meu tão esperado ônibus para Bodrum e claro, depois de recuperado o fôlego começo a rir de mim mesma. Como sou atrapalhada. Enfim, esse é só um capítulo de que nem tudo são rosas na vida de um viajante, as vezes desejo qualquer canto só pra jogar o corpinho e descansar, as vezes tenho vontade de doar minha mochila e ...

Ancient History Comes to Life

A travel blog entry by diane.reed on May 11, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... by clarinet and drum playing, both very skilful. The music played varied from European classical to traditional dance music. Beautiful music emerging from the worst housing we have seen. Disturbing.

Izmir is a beautiful city with many modern buildings, flower beds in the city and an active waterfront with pedestrian promenade. Mussel sellers line the promenade, though the water is chemically polluted. Lots of families were out walking, ...

In the House of the Virgin Mary

A travel blog entry by joshua.anoff on Jan 15, 2014

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... ceiling seemingly held up by four large pillars in the shape of Roman women. The library was a magnificent sight to see. Continuing on, we made it to the "large" amphitheater, which was indeed much larger than the small meeting spot we had seen earlier. Here we decided to have an impromptu performance for the dozens of cats, and the few people who happened to walk by and sit down. Ephesus Concert We performed almost all of our pieces, which included, ...


A travel blog entry by kameron on Jun 13, 2013

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... pillars, columns, and, of course, the theatre. It is hard for me to fathom creating something so massive, given that the tools available in those days were severely limited. I am extremely thankful I was able to experience this during my visit!

Following the site visit was a trip to the beach! Although not the same beach I visited when I first came to Turkey, this one was as nice (and not nearly as crowded!)! ...