Iberotel Bodrum Park

Address: Yaliciftlik Bodrum Merkez, Bodrum, Bodrum Peninsula, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, 48400, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Yaliciftlik Bodrum Merkez, Bodrum.
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Travel Blogs from Bodrum

Bodrum, Turkey

A travel blog entry by chrisandaletta on Sep 14, 2013

3 comments, 4 photos

... Maybe next time! We dropped off our parcels at the ship and then headed out gain to the beach for a refreshing swim, overlooking the old castle and gullet boats anchored in the bay. The water was a great refreshing temperature, crystal clear and calm, with no waves. What a civilised way to enjoy a swim, without being knocked around by waves or inhaling sand. We then headed back to the ship to watch sail away from our balcony, and took some great photos as we ...

Bodrum here we come

A travel blog entry by callyblackie on Nov 11, 2010

26 photos

... There are still the 'something to declare’ and ‘nothing to declare’ signs, but neither are manned & you walk straight through.

We jump on the free Atlasjet bus into town, grab a cab from the bus station & we’re in our home away from home for the next week in no time. Still, it’s surprising how tiring sitting all day is. We left Santorini at 9.30am & arrived at our apartment in Bodrum at about ...

Busy busy

A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Oct 10, 2010


... comfort's end. Living in the shadow of a mountain has its own weather-related results as well I'm sure.

I am submitting some photos to my all time favorite photo competition, the National Geographic 2010 International Photography Contest, and I will hope for the best. Though the images that people submit to this thing are almost always stunning and of the highest quality, so I can't say my hopes will get all that high. But, the photos I am submitting are among ...

Travertines, Turkish Baths, and Whirling Dirvishes

A travel blog entry by noalarmclocks on Jun 01, 2009

1 comment, 42 photos

... the plots of land went high up the side of the foothills. Crete
had sheep and goats; here, we saw cattle.

Konya is a huge, metropolitan, modern city in the middle of this dry area.
We passed a small dam on the way to the city, but its reservoir
didn't seem adequate for a city of 800,000 and all the farmland!
Konya is the home of the famous Whirling Dirvishes, so retains much
tradition and culture. Its Mevlana Museum is the former lodge ...

Headed south...

A travel blog entry by mjs81 on Mar 27, 2009

21 photos

... famous structure, is currently closed for renovations, so we settled for the Rustem Pasha Mosque instead just so that we could see one of his works, and we were not disappointed! It is much tinier than that Blue Mosque or Hagia Sophia (which are massive structures) but incredibly beautiful....the entire inside is covered in beautiful Iznik tiles and it has a much more intimate feel. We stopped at a place called Hamdi Restaurant for lunch and sat on ...

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