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Cumhuriyet Mah. 69. Sok. No:7, Icmeler, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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Euphrates River Valley sites

A travel blog entry by prairiedropseed


... tea and made a us an egg and beef dish, along with fresh yogurt, fresh cheese, and homemade bread.  They put a table cloth on the living room floor and we had a picnic in their house.   Saturday, November 12 We left Sanliurfa this morning on our way to Gaziantep, our last stop on this trip.  Our first side trip was to Gobekli Tepe,  an archeological site of the earliest temple (about 11,000 years) old.  Only small portions of it have ...

Thinking of Gazientep?.....Don't

A travel blog entry by everywhere

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... of generally unhappy people. And to add to the ugh factor, Deb got sick at this point as well. All in all, the timing was actually perfect because she could stay in bed and take care of herself while not feeling that she was missing out on exploring any once-in-a-lifetime must-sees. I checked out the town a bit more, reported back to her, and yep, we were good to hang out and catch up our photos and blogging. Flights booked back to Istanbul and ...

The Euphrates, Halfeti Boating & Cagdas Fistikli

A travel blog entry by chagger1


... s easy to like.
History: the usual suspects washed thru - Iskander, Persians, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs (638), Seljuks(1070), Ottomans (Selim the Grim in1516) - but a unique C20 moment came when a valiant local uprising threw out the French occupiers in 1920/1. To honour this heroic event the epithet "Gazi" (= "war hero") was added to the city's former name of Antep in 1973.
I like this town - must return one day to see the new mosaic museum.

Gaziantep, in the Sea of Baklava (Journal)

A travel blog entry by b.simonb


... spring is here!), and next to them my favorite section; the spice merchants. And on and on, the crowds, the colors and cultural whimsy make the bazaar my base of operations in most of these old towns. The crowds are almost exclusively locals out shopping. No one is speaking english. I was a rare sight for the vendors and craftsmen at this market. So I'm looking for some shampoo. Gazing into some unlikely corners of the labyrinth, I heard an unlikely voice in a ...

Cars actually stop!?!

A travel blog entry by fnahallnz


... down the hills. We saw the old castle and went into the Gaziantep museum which was suppose to house the most amazing mosaics but they were being restored. It only had a few fossils and artefacts. We were done and dusted in 15mins. Fast by even my standards!  But we did feel sorry for a German guy who flew all the way from Germany just to see them. We couldn't help but laugh when the Turkish curators suggested he ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on Cumhuriyet Mah. 69. Sok. No:7, Icmeler, is near Gaziantep Castle, Gaziantep Museum, Hasan Suzer Ethnography Museum, and Karatepe.
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