Omer Tatil Koyu

Address: Yavansu Mevkii, Kusadasi, Turkish Aegean Coast, 9400, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Yavansu Mevkii, Kusadasi, is near Efeze., Pammukkale (Cotton Castle), Milli Park, and Long Beach.
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Travel Blogs from Kusadasi


A travel blog entry by wendler on Jul 18, 2014

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... people in its hey day! and had a canal leading to the ocean which was destroyed during numerous earthquakes we then went to Sinence Village up in the mountains where the kids made bracelets and the adults tasted fruit wines (tasted like Robitussin!) then back down to the port for a fun re-enactment and then lunch. Hot day, close to 90! Fun sail away past lots of greek and Turkish islands Tomorrow is Katie's birthday in Rhodes ...

Last Day on Turkey!

A travel blog entry by emilystanton on Jul 01, 2013

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... to see if you go to Ephesus. One interesting thing in the terrace homes is that many homes were originally larger, but were walled off at various times in order to keep the children in the home once they married. Such a practice is so different from American culture! On the road to the theater, there is a statue that had a changeable head, so whenever the person on the statue died, it would simply be changed to the next person in charge. We then ...

Troy, Pergamum and Ephesus

A travel blog entry by tamrin on Jun 20, 2013

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... be accessed down ladders from bathing platforms built out from the sea walls. To the right of the hotels on a promontory, possibly an island long ago, was a castle which probably had gun im placements to protect the harbour sometime in the past. We did not have much time to examine the castle so not sure what it purpose may have been however it looked impressive especially at night despite the fact that the local council decided to light it ...

That hills and the valleys

A travel blog entry by bevie on May 14, 2013

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... to be placed in the city. A beautiful marble rock road to walk along. As we round a corner we see the steepest amphitheater and we enter it half way up. The view over the valley and the hills is incredible. We are so high up. The 3 of us walk down the steep slope of the amphitheater steps and find a snake curled up in the base of hollow block. Scary!
We continue our walk to the top of the amphitheater and through the entrance ...

A visit to ancient Pergamum

A travel blog entry by brentandglenda on May 09, 2013

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... ruins perched on the hill above. A cable car glided us up the hill, where we spent an hour or so scrambling among crumbling rocks and broken pillars of the once magnificent acropolis. We stood in the vertigo-inducing 10,000 seat theatre that hugs the hillside, with spectacular views of the valley and town below. We imagined the grandeur of the Temple of Trajan, now comprising of just a few remaining columns. And we sheltered from drizzling ...

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