Kervansaray Hotel & Pension
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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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... I took time to enjoy a Turkish tea in the massive theatre. We then spent the rest of the afternoon exploring the ruins and the massive ancient graveyard.
Many of the pools on the deposits had been drained for the winter to allow for the area to dry, so I would suggest coming in the summer to see this place in all its glory. Yet, we still really enjoyed it, as we basically had the whole place to ourselves.
Next stop: Bodrum
The last 2 days have given us an insight into ancient life along the Aegean coast. First stop on Tues was Troy, which has very little remaining, but is popular due to Homer & of course, the movie. This city has a long history going back to 2900 BC. It was rebuilt 9 times, but the levels are a bit of a shambles now due to earthquakes and the lousy skills of the first archaeologist, a German whose main aim was to plunder as much as he could. There are some city walls and an ...
... with ruins splattered everywhere. It was a nice day with no one else around for quite some time.
The salt baths were awesome to see....but also sad as hey had diverted all water from the natural springs, added a few hoses, and created a man made section for people to sit in. Still... The natural ones remain as dried out shells embedded in the white cliff face... An impressive sight of thousands of years work.
Once we had walked as far as we ...
Kusadasi - Pamukkale Today we travelled through the city of Kusadasi and stopped off and a leather wholesalers,( the company put on a fashion show just for our group) then later had lunch and a local cafe. The next stop was in Pamukkale where we visited the white lime stones with thermal pools( unbelievable - check out the photos) then onto our hotel ( with health spa) and thermal ...
... it was small enough for us to pass.
We stopped at the hotel only long enough to drop of packages and change so we could go to the south gate to enter Hieropolis and the Travertines. Well preserved ruins, beautiful scenery and the "cotton castle" Travertines. It is quite a hike down the Travertines in your bare feet on the wet stone. We were glad we went at the end of the day. Fewer people, and not as hot. Plus the glare from the sun wasn't as ...