Kalif Hotel

Hurriyet Cad. No:19, Sarimsakli, Balikesir Province, Turkish Aegean Coast, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sarimsakli

Kusadasi, Turkey

A travel blog entry by jedowdle

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... saw ruins of the Basilica of Saint John and Temple of Artemis, which is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. We ate Turkish pizza (no tomato sauce, thin and crispy). Then we saw a demonstration on Turkish rugs at a co-op. We played Team Trivia again. Teams of 9 people. 15 questions. Both nights we've missed 4 questions. It's fun. Sailing to Crete tonight. Miss you ...

Mitilini, Lesbos GREECE

A travel blog entry by jedowdle

9

Our cabin is so quiet, hardly hear any noise or hardly any movement. Very comfy. This is a tender port. We have to be shuttled to shore on a tender because there is no big dock. We don't have a tour here, so another relaxing day just exploring. Lesbos produces half of the worlds ouzo. Also lots of olive oil. I'll write more ...

Troy (Troia) and Ayvalik

A travel blog entry by winkie

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... also get a photo of the Trojan horse. On arriving in Ayvalik we stop at the water front to board a boat for the afternoon to cruise the ocean and visit tiny shelted bays. i can resist to go for a dip. a bit chilly at first but once you get us to it, it ok, but very salty. Tonight we stay in this tiny three story house up on top of a hill over looking Ayvalik with views of the ...

Tree Of Life @ Lake Karagol. closest to Çandarl

A travel blog entry by memaid-adele

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... with only a backpack. The festival was my first psy-trance festival and I enjoyed it so much! I didnt wash for a week and was covered in sand all day every day!! it was interesting to camp in sandy conditions.

I saw a wild snake in the water and lots of toads. :)

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Ruined!

A travel blog entry by wallsy

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... in good time after filling up for an outrageous 4.19 lira / litre... $2.27 Aussie! That hurts. We were on a roll and it was still early, so we hit the ground running... straight to the ruins of the Asclepion and Acropolis.

The Asclepion was ancient Rome's medical centre, and what was left of it was far more impressive than anything at Troy. These days the locals use it to flog jars of honey and pine nuts, which they claim to be Turkish viagra. ...

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This 3 star hotel is located on Hurriyet Cad. No:19, Sarimsakli.
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