Private Hotel

Address: Cumhuriyet Mah. 69. Sok. No:7, Icmeler, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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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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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Icmeler

      I'm so tired lol I'm crazy now.

      A travel blog entry by kaan12345678910 on Sep 18, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... five star hotel(yes!)We stayed there for a week and during that I just went to pool and went up and down the water slides all day then went to the buffet(correct spelling?)and had dinner I fell asleep when we got back to the room again this repeated for a week.When we got back to Gaziantep the same thing as before repeated again*yawn* not that much to say. But one night all of my family that ...

      Renowned Gaziantep Cuisine

      A travel blog entry by michellendave on Apr 17, 2014

      30 photos

      ... deep-fried croquette type dish filled with spicy ground lamb and rolled in Bulgar, followed by lightly battered skewered chicken that reminded us of tempura. Next, a large mixed grill plate with succulent lamb. Dessert was baklava with a special Gaziantep twist - loaded with local pistachios and made with local winter buckwheat. Slurp......

      Euphrates River Valley sites

      A travel blog entry by prairiedropseed on Nov 12, 2011

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... saw Rumkale Castle high on a cliff overlooking the river - it was built in the 8th century A.D. at a strategic intersection point where a tributary flows into the Eurphrates.  It has been occupied by the Assyrians, Hittites, Persians, and Romans.  It is under restoration now, so we could only view it from the boat, but it was immense.  We could also see remnants of cave villages built into the rocks about the river. We arrived ...

      A low point of the trip

      A travel blog entry by robdelaney on Oct 25, 2011

      ... he had broken something, so I focused my gaze on him. At that moment he rolled over, but his leg at the shin appeared to bend in the opposite direction, like an extra joint had been fitted. His tibia and fibula must have been completely shattered, as his shin had turned to jelly.

      It was a disturbing sight, and I had to look away. Coupling that with the nasty interrogation at the border and I had reached my limit. I wanted out. For the first time on ...

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

      A travel blog entry by everywhere on Jun 30, 2011

      64 photos

      ... flight booked to Indonesia so we had a deadline, it was too little time to try to visit another country and it just felt like too much time to stay in Turkey. Limited financially and geographically, we decided to stay in Turkey but to visit an area close to the Syrian border to see if things changed away from the more touristy route. We were off to Gaziantep, known to be home of the best baklava and the world’s biggest mosaics. Okay, ...