Richmond Pamukkale Thermal Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... from the library to the mens toilets has a tale to tell. The women would go to do the shopping and the men to the library to read the scrolls ....or so they said. However, cunningly, they had built a tunnel that took them directly into the red light district of the times. Kiwi was almost kidnapped at this point! He was viewing the tunnel and looking puzzled as a young kiwi should.... when he was gathered up by a young couple who attempted to abscond with ...
... 11pm with the hotel staff and guests from all over the world. Couldn't believe my eyes. Brazil = the Broncos. Brutal.
Made friends with the hotel manager who surprised us with homemade sandwiches for our 5:45am airport shuttle for Istanbul, and bid us inshallah. Inshallah - I've missed ...
... are told to get on the bus by driver, I think he just wanted us all in one place. 1:30pm: Massud returns, no Sheila. He gets on bus. As bus driver is pulling out, we all felt rather uneasy for leaving her. Massud insists that he has left his phone number and she will get a taxi and meet us at the carpet workshop. 1:32pm: a few of us speak up, Sheila is a 50 something woman traveling by herself with no money (goodness knows why but she didn't bring any money or cards ...
... and tried Gözleme for the first time (fried pastry filled with spinach, chili and feta) - yum!
With the sun finally shining, we were amazed by the beauty of the travertines. Honestly, words cannot describe them. Shoes off, we wandered down hill and admired the incredible view, stopping to bathe our feet in the warm waters.
On the way home we picked up snacks for our overnight bus ...
Soooooo... There was no storming the castle today. It felt like the day after Thanksgiving, complete with exhaustion. We enjoyed a breakfast where we met the fabulous Philippe from Scotland / Germany (who was quite the character), but then we made the fateful decision to go to the Istanbul coach station, or the otogar. It was overwhelming. There were hundreds of vendors, ...