Pamuksu Boutique Hotel
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... our stay, but I imagine that the town is a lot more "happening" during the summertime.
We arrived late to the city, so we basically just went right to sleep in our charming little homestay. It is always a little awkward when you are the only clients in a family-run hotel; you feel a little bit like you are an intruder in their living room. Anyway, the following morning we were served the traditional Turkish breakfast, which is a ...
... appreciate and enjoy all that a country has to offer. Pamukkale means ‘cotton castle’ in Turkish and is a famous natural wonder here in southwestern Turkey. The village contains these hot springs and travertines which are terraces of carbonate minerals left by the flowing water. No doubt you’ve seen pictures of this wonder and the photos do look terrific - snowy white with trickling spring water into ...
... It is recognized as a World Heritage Site together with Hierapolis. Hierapolis-Pamukkale was made a World Heritage Site in 1988.
... No 2,I shot out of bed muttering "oh,Sh.....t,made the coffee and tea and woke Jenny up,"what time is it," "6am,Love." Deathly silence,not a good sign,not at all,by the time we had got the bike packed it was 9.30,not a good start,the sun was up and the temp high 30s,ups,shouldn't have gone for those extra beers I guess. Had a lovely ride over the mountains with the road virtually to ourselves,with ...
... was erected on a geological fault from which noxious vapours escaped. The theatre, which dates from the time of Severus, is decorated with an admirable frieze depicting a ritual procession and a sacrifice to the Ephesian Artemis. The necropolis, which extends over 2 kilometres, affords a vast panorama of the funerary practices of the Greco-Roman era.