Saray Hotel & Apartments

Address: Hisaronu Sokak, Hisaronu, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hisaronu Sokak, Hisaronu, is near The Great Mosque (Ulu Camii), Green Mosque (Yesil Camii), Green Tomb (Yesil Turbesi), and Muradiye Complex.
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Travel Blogs from Hisaronu

Sea Sultans

A travel blog entry by trockie on May 19, 2011

... to summer in Florida. Mom & Dad, I really encourage you to reconsider that 2nd home in NC idea you once considered. I'll even pay for the housekeeper.

I took a shower and am happy to report that the water was hot, far surpassing that of what I encountered at the Edition Hotel in Istanbul. Given the choice between a marine bathroom with hot water or a spa-like bathroom with only tepid water, the marine facilities win out every time.

We ...


A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Mar 30, 2011


... saw enough even when I was stateside, and the ones that time has claimed, who I will never now see again.

I will miss the people I have met here. Those who taught me that decency and understanding and friendship and solidarity aren't bound by any line we choose to draw on a map, not just through their words but their actions as well. And I can't help but think that this is how life breathes. There will always be a flow of ...

Year in Review

A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Dec 24, 2010

1 comment

... it, though it's far from the easiest ladder to climb.

Where has the past decade gone, too? In 2001, I was a 13 year old kid. I am now a 23 year old kid and I believe that to the bone. But then again I don't see too much value in altogether shedding the qualities of naivety and excitement that are so often paired with adolescence.
In regards to this whole teaching thing...I've had my fair share of "What the hell am I doing?" moments since I've been ...

Day Off

A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Oct 02, 2010

6 photos

... us down the highway at Nascar speeds. I couldn't see a speedometer but then, one doesn't really need one to gauge that feeling, do they? Buses are the same. They plummet down hills and it's a miracle the old men with their canes get out of the way in time. It's exhilarating, but I think I'll stick to walking. Thankfully everywhere I need to go in town is within a 15 minute walk of each other.

My neighborhood becomes more charming and likable as each day passes. ...

Out of Istanbul

A travel blog entry by abulia on Apr 25, 2009

3 comments, 2 photos

I'm updating for yesterday, just to make sure my blog goes in proper order.

Well I met up with my tour group, which is an interesting mix of people. It's fairly small, just 12 people. Which is good, as we use public transportation almost exclusively and it would be a ***** to move around a big group of people on the minibuses.

Istanbul was lovely, though it was freezing and pouring rain. In 2006, ...