Kervan Saray Uludag
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
TravelPod Member ReviewsKervan Saray Uludag
Rooms are very clean
Near the ski area
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Travel Blogs from Uludag
It’s 23 December and we just arrived in Uludag with my friends. This is our second time, we have been here. First one was not good because of the hotel. Hotel was really awful! Room was tiny and just a little dirty so we didn’t stay in our room so much but this time hotel is fascinating!! Our rooms are huge and …
... a group of nine or so people playing football and lighting a fire. There is also a restaurant here, but it looks closed up.
We return to Dream Catcher and drive to the water tap, whilst the tanks are filling we have our morning coffee.
Next we continue driving up the mountain, we see a sign to where the cable car from the city terminates. We park up and a small group of people come to
talk to us, they are from Tunisia. They are quite amazed that we have driven
... a threat to the Turkish woman who assisted with showing me her craft. We were also shown how silk is produced from the cocoon stage and yes I also bought a silk scarf from a charming man who kissed my hand and told me how lucky Gary was! So one (smallish) rug, more of a mat really, a lovely silk scarf later we headed off to Ephesus. ...
... going up the nursery (or 'bunny' (see, we even learned the lingo)) slope and skiing down again. Graham was able to control his skis quite well, despite a few tumbles, and by the end of our time there was able to turn fairly well and start and stop. Basic things, but harder than they sound. Sarah excelled and was off, taking the T-lift up to the top of the mountain and skiing down again. She had less control on her skis than Graham but was much more adventurous. We ...
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