Travel Blogs from Pamukkale
"I loathe the bus. There has to be a more dignified mode of transportation."
- Samantha, "16 Candles"
A 10-hour overnight bus is interesting. And by interesting, I mean kinda hot and ******. It's cheap, clean and mostly comfortable, but there's no bathroom, 100 stops (unless you really need one), and snoring. Plus, no outlets, so …
Checked out the white terraces with maco Mel. Entry was about 20 tl. Natural white limestone cliff with warm water springs on the terraces, amazing. Walked around the ruins and waited for the sunset.
We took our first guided tour of the trip and it was quite good. We started outside the city of Pamukkale in a small town of 1000 people where there were red thermal springs. This was because of the high amount of iron in the water. One neat feature of this small town is they have there very own Antonio Banderas. No joke, this man looks exactly …
On the advice of a friend, we altered our itinerary at the last minute to go visit Pamukkale 200km east of Selcuk. This morning, after a fantastic Turkish breakfast at our pension we caught a direct bus to arrive at this unique World Heritage Site at 12 noon. From our hotel we can see a white mass that looks like an out of place ski field. It is, …
This is the question Lisa keeps asking, i recon the more piles the better.
Pamukkale was on the road via the inland short cut.. well in a round about way anyway.
Home of the Tanvarines... funny white ledges that have warm water in them!!! Check out google.
Up top of the Tanvarines is some... wait for it..... more roman …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOzbay Hotel Pamukkale
Dorm was actually 2 three bed privates with ensuites connected with an open doorway. Breakfast was an optional extra. Which is not custom for these types of rooms.
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