Sahara Hotel

Selimiye mah. Adnan Menderes BulvarI , Alanya, Antalya, 07330, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Selimiye mah. Adnan Menderes BulvarI , Alanya, is near Byzantine Church.
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Travel Blogs from Alanya

Pamukkale: The Cotton Castle

A travel blog entry by kristinrust on Jul 09, 2014

3 comments, 19 photos

... of the combo turns the water an aqua blue against blazing white bubbled walls and honeycomb-like foundation.

They let you walk freely around this place, 24/7, with no railings or fences in sight. Apparently no one sues each other in Turkey. The water is lukewarm and the sand ...

Izmir to Pamukkela

A travel blog entry by kdickson on Jun 25, 2014

9 photos

Travelled from Izmir via Ephesus today, visiting a carpet factory, ruins of Ephesus and the house of the Virgin Mary. It was a very long and hot day. As you would, expect, the guy managing the carpet school and warehouse was born in Wollongong, loved in Warilla and played for the Warilla Wanderers. It really is a very small world. We had an enjoyable night at the hotel, although still 35c at 9pm, we were able to sit outside which was ...

Serie Streaming

A travel blog entry by fat00dino on May 15, 2014

Are you tired with watching movies with same exact plot and its predictable ending? Well you will find internet short stories that you can watch just by signing in to your website that feeds such clips. It really is called web series. They are series of episodes released online and some released with the newly adapted medium called web television. Each instance of the series called episode can be seen every right after the previous air time. Almost all of us are more ...

Cotton Castle

A travel blog entry by lizcrone on May 14, 2014

8 photos

The name Pamukkale translates into English as 'Cotton Castle' and describes the town's natural terraced site. Over time the terraces have been made white by calcium deposited from the natural springs that flow over them. It was not necessarily a place that was on our 'must visit' list however due to a very helpful and persuasive travel agent from 'hard rock travel' in Istanbul we ended up with a night ...

Aphrodesius and Laodicea

A travel blog entry by katherinecle on May 11, 2014

8 photos

... to park and to take the tractor driven trolley to the site so that made our entrance into the site quick and easy. We spent the next 3 hours exploring the area and the very good museum.

Aphrodesius boasts the best preserved stadium in the Greek/Roman world. All of the seats are there and it would have held 30,000 people. The other amazing building was the Sebastinium. This meeting place had three tiers of wall ...