Kuadasi Hotel Sezgin & Guesthouse

Address: Arslanlar cad no 44, Kusadasi, Turkish Aegean Coast, 09400, Turkey | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on Arslanlar cad no 44, Kusadasi, is near Efeze., Pammukkale (Cotton Castle), Milli Park, and Long Beach.
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Travel Blogs from Kusadasi

Day 18: Eceabat to Selcuk via Troy

A travel blog entry by 2walkingabout on Jul 10, 2013

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... IX, 3000 BC to 500 AD with breaks in between and changing ownership. Archaeologists continue to argue whether Troy VI or Troy VII (1700-1000 BC) was the city of King Priam who engaged in the Trojan war. Just before the ruins is a huge wooden horse, apparently modelled on the wooden horse the Greeks gave to the city of Troy as a peace offering. Little did they know that hours later this wooden house would lead to their demise as ...

Last Wondrous Day in Turkey

A travel blog entry by beverlybrown on Oct 22, 2012

1 comment, 24 photos

... build other things like aqueducts and other temples. St. John was the man whom Jesus asked to look after his mother Mary after his death. John did so and brought her to Ephesus where she is supposed to have lived until she died. St. John who is the one who was chosen by God to write the Book of Revelations.

After Ephesus, we visited a local cooperative to learn how world-renowned hand-woven Turkish carpets are made. ...

Selcuk: where past meets present

A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on Feb 21, 2012

4 photos

... tiled floors and no heating. As the only people staying in this ten-bed room, we immediately rushed to create for ourselves a mountain of thick, woollen blankets that had been allocated to other beds. The sheer weight of these blankets on top of a sleeping person, I feared, constituted a minor suffocation risk, but the sub-zero night-time temperatures made this mass blanket theft essential to a basic level of warmth in the painfully cold nights.

Like most ...


A travel blog entry by josh.lambden on May 31, 2011

1 comment, 51 photos

... being an adequate port). The city remains one of the best preserved classical cities with numerous large ruins (partially reconstructed) to give us an idea of what life would have been like back in that day. The most spectacular ruins in the place are typically fountains devoted to rich guys (politicians or statesmen) who funded aqueducts or theatres for the city. The most spectacular ruin is ...

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