Medusa House

Address: Apollo Tapinagi Didim Merkez, Didim, Aydin Province, Turkish Aegean Coast, Turkey | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Apollo Tapinagi Didim Merkez, Didim.
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      Travel Blogs from Didim

      Greek Island break

      A travel blog entry by divansanten on Oct 01, 2014

      26 photos

      ... amazing how these villages were built and so sad that they are currently only part-restored. We also meandered around the Nea Moni, a Byzantine monastery with it’s exhibit of around 150 skulls of people massacred by the Turks n 1822, but unfortunately the museum was ...

      Chasing round Chios, Aegian Island

      A travel blog entry by ruthontravels on Sep 25, 2014

      7 photos

      Another very early start for us this morning which meant getting up again pre dawn. I have never seen as many dawns in my life since we have been on this trip! We were whisked away in the bus from the city of Chios inland over the high mountains towards a medieval stone built village called Mesta. The twisting passageways and crooked streets of Mestanwere built that way hundreds of years ago as a form of protection from the Turks of the Ottoman Empire. Chios is ...

      Peace and quiet on Chios

      A travel blog entry by guyandhilli on Sep 23, 2014

      20 photos

      ... home management issues. The wifi here is excellent. Highlights are the incredible village of Pirgi in the south and the harbour at Lagada in the north of the island. The north has lots of harsh bare-rock cliffs/mountains and is therefore rather less populated. In earlier days the villages in the south were fortified against raiders and Pirgi still retains a lot of its mediaeval architecture/street layout. Many of the houses are decorated with the same unusually striking style ...

      It's time to leave Asia... it really is

      A travel blog entry by guyandhilli on Sep 20, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... on about steam-boxes, connecting-rods and bogey-wheels for an hour on Friday morning before we set off for Cesme. The area around Cesme is not at all what we're expecting and, after an inspection of the various options on offer, we decide that it's time to say goodbye to Asia. We book a cheapy-cheapy room right on the old port square (now quite touristy and no longer where the boats moor) and buy ...

      Classic Tale of Underground Europe

      A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jul 03, 2014

      ... old frescoes and an impressive small altar screen. The room was maybe 6 meters in each direction and it was all underground, or inside of the cave. Places like this are what most amaze me about travel in Europe. For whatever reason, presumably safety, some very devout people 800 years ago were moved enough by their faith to climb high up this cliff, duck inside of this small cave, and to build this wonderful and surprisingly elaborate church, complete with all the in situ art ...