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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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... shoes have actually eroded the cliffs, causing a blackening - you could see this when you reached the top. Walking over the surface was cool, and very slippery, and when entering the thermal pools they were warm, and full of a white silt - felt incredible on your feet, a soft clay really.
Once we reached the top, you are then greeted by the ancient Hellenistic spa town of Hierapolis, founded by the Attalid kings ...
... and swimming. We couldn't believe we had it to ourselves for over 45 minutes. Then some other people came in but they left as quick as they came! Literally, some people paid the $16 US (steep, but worth it) and left after just a few minutes.
Tour groups! What a drag to be on someone else's schedule. We do tours once in awhile but in general, we go at our own pace and usually enjoy ourselves more.
... with local honey and sesame seeds which is one of the main crops from this area - delicious! So much better than breakfast at the hotel. Driving through the country side on our long haul - lovely wide valleys neatly tilled, small villages where every small apartment has a solar hot water system and at least one satellite dish but often two - how many TV channels is hard to imagine. A sudden stop in a tiny village and we were invited in to the local primary school. School starts at ...
... was also a very large wooden horse for tourist shots. Pergamum was more impressive because much more remained. We took a cable car up a hill. The settlement was for upper class people, and was started in 600 BC. It also came under the control of the Persians in 500 BC, the Greeks from 334 -85 BC, and the Romans until 500 AD. The main structure was the temple of Zeus (I think) We then drove to Kusadasi, which is a large port city where many cruise shops stop. The next day, we ...
... who was having lunch with his owners. They were ganging up on him and barking and he just sat there so well behaved. The waiters were all trying to catch the terriers who were expert at evading them. It really was quite funny to see the waiters trying to chase these little fellows. After it all settled down one of them came and lay by my feet and got pats..
Then we were on the road again, making our way to Pamukkale, the town, and above that ...