Polat Thermal Hotel

Baris Manco Cad. No:81, Karahayit, Denizli Province, 20227, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Karahayit

Greek then Roman city and an awesome stadium

A travel blog entry by stevelegassick

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... incredible collection of stories and images from way back there and very beautiful art that even impresses the least artsy of us, like me. Those photos will be posted separately in my next entry, so you can skip it easily if you want, but you shouldn't, the stuff is very amazing.

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Cotton Castle, Pamukkale, TURKEY

A travel blog entry by writeofpassage

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... dried up as it has not rained in a long time. This was a little bit disappointing because they are meant to form turquoise blue pools of water that look stunning. Either way, it was really fun and an amazing place to visit. Ancient Romans believed the hot spring water to have magical healing powers, thus an ancient Roman city (known as Hierapolis) was built on top of the 'cotton castle'. We visited the ruins of the city and a museum containing many objects excavated from the ...

Ruins and Pools

A travel blog entry by christine_n_den

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... up the travertine pools and going for an obligatory swim, we explored another Greco-Roman city. Highlights of this ancient city were the massive and very well preserved (or more likely reconstructed) theater. Unfortunately, at this point the ruins are all starting to look similar so I’m happy to say our next blog post will only feature a small amount of ruins - stay tuned as we make our way to the Mediterranean!

Cheers,

Denny and ...

Pamukkale

A travel blog entry by dzamore

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... and as you climb up towards the view of the real pools, there are several to dip into. The pools are generally pretty shallow, going up to about the knees and the water is refreshingly cool. The water, probably due to the fact that the pools are white and that white mud collects at the bottom of each, is a perfect light baby blue/turquoise. It's beautiful.

Time for a Roman Bath

A travel blog entry by filshie

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... lunch with a local family where they cooked us traditional Turkish pancakes. They fill them with mince or spinach and serve them with a yogurt shake.

The locals take full advantage of this tourist attraction. They peddle postcards, rides, photos and more. Opposite where we ate, are the pools that gather at the base of the mountain. These are for those who do not want to pay to go to the top and see the water before it falls to these lakes. They let ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on Baris Manco Cad. No:81, Karahayit, is near Mineral Forest, Hierapolis, Cleopatra pools, and Amphitheatre.
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