Perissia Hotel & Convention Center
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
TripAdvisor Reviews Perissia Hotel & Convention Center Urgup
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... meeting point. By now still not knowing what has happened the strongest most toxic smell of fumes took over and I was informed we had collided with an oil tanker, but still no idea of the condition of the ship. We were told to go back to our rooms and an announcement over the speakers informed us of the incident and that wed gained 'minor damages', we anchored down in the middle of Turkey and Greece and that was that. This morning (morning after ) we ...
... in density, so it weathered unevenly and made these interesting formations. We were even able to stay inside of the of the cave hotels, which ended up only being $20 bucks for a private room! It was SUPER cool-- we wish we could have stayed for a few more days.
We woke up early to watch sunrise from one of the viewpoints in Goreme. We made it up early enough to see the caves lit up, then thoroughly ...
... dá um tapa na bunda e diz: “vai lá gostosa, pega uma breja gelada pra gente”. Fui pra sala de massagem chorando de rir. E lá fiquei, relaxei, óleo por todo o corpo, meia luz, musica clássica, massagem dos pés a cabeça. Amei o banho turco e tudo que vem com ele. Ninguem pode sair da Turquia sem fazer um. Ahhhh, como é bom ser cuidada, como é bom destinar parte do nosso tempo pra tratar do corpo, relaxar e porque não rir (e muito) das coisas simples da vida!!!
... solitary thing with us and the massage therapist.
We arrived at Alladdin Turkish Baths (sounds perfectly magical!), dropped off by our wonderful driver, a very patient and friendly man! We came in the old gates which were very "Arabian Nights" and we headed inside hoping to catch sight of Alladdin and his magic lamp! It felt authentic inside as we sat down in the subdued lighting and waited on the long benches in ...
... br> Today, we docked at Dikkili, a port further along the Turkish coast. This wasn’t a tourist town, but a normal working one. We wandered about and bought some strawberries and freshly shelled walnuts which were very tasty. Then we looked for a water front café and sat down to have tea and coffee. How amazing these Turkish people are………two young women, sitting next to us, gave us little green plums to eat. A bit sour, but very refreshing. Then a man came out from ...