Kervansaray Hotel & Pension
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Pamukkale is a place of hot springs and travertine terraces of carbonate minerals left by the flowing spring water with an ancient Greco-Roman and Byzantine city of Hierapolis built on top.
Tourism is and has been a major industry. People have bathed in its pools for thousands of years. As recently as the mid-20th century, hotels were …
Good afternoon kids Yesterday we made our way to Pamukkale to swim in some hot springs that are meant to be 36 degrees. While they where very hot maybe not 36 maybe more like 28 (sorry for the no commas this keyboard is crazy!). Ýt was very lovely swimming in them expect for one thing..... the number of old Europeans waddling around. Some were old …
I was awakened early as usual by the sound of Roosters crowing. For a moment there,....I thought I was in GAMECOCK COUNTRY!
Dumus had prepared yet another wonderful breakfast for me. Everything is soooo fresh and healthy. I ate, settled up with him, and then he walked me to the taxi that he had called for me. It'll be sad leaving Coretta Coretta. Although simple in ...
... walkers (equal part tourists and Turks), taking time to wade in some of the many pools that line the path.
After a 45-minute hike up this surreal landscape we arrive at the top where we are treated to a second surprise. Crowning the Cotton Castle is the Hierapolis, an ancient Roman town dating back to 190 BC. It when here that Eumenes II established the city as a curative centre to take advantage of the natural springs below. The ruins of ...
... Jesus' mother Virgin Mary to Ephesus) not sure how it all flows chronologically - further research required.
there are 7 churches of St John in Western Turkey.
Cotton grown as well as pomegranates, figs, opium ( for medicinal purposes only) very rich soil though looks dry.-apparently the Brits built a the railway from Pumukkale to Izmir(on coast) to get access to the cotton when supply dried up from America during their Civil War. ( they also got their hands on some of the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKervansaray Hotel & Pension Pamukkale
Great place to stay and great value for money. Immaculate rooms with lovely womanly touches and bathrooms like brand new.
The hostess is lovely and a fantastic cook, don't miss out on the moussaka and fried trout!
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