Saray Hotel & Apartments

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 ...

    Türkiye seviyorum

    A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Jan 27, 2011

    "There are four ways, many travels, and they are far apart. You will go to the crowded city; it will be good for you, you will be happy there. You have two strong, opposite ideas in your head, and their solution is easier than you think."

    So read a student of mine, relating my fortune from a cup of Turkish coffee in the ever-so-cryptic tradition that never ceases to remind me of exactly where I'm living these days. How does one take ...

    Some things

    A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Nov 24, 2010

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    ... already passing me by quite subtly - it is easy to be removed from a tradition you've known for so long by inserting yourself into a culture where few people know of it's existence. As far as Christmas goes, I think I get the day itself off, but beyond that I'll have to use my vacation time if I want any more time to relax. Really not all that bothered by that prospect. Just had a good holiday and I'm more than happy to keep at this teaching thing.

    In the next few weeks I ...

    Learning Curve

    A travel blog entry by ejbeyer on Sep 27, 2010

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    ... The lesson began to crumble, students began to walk out, an hour early. A few lingered, and by the looks in their eyes it was from respect and probably pity. I appreciated it to no end though. We spent the last minutes of class communicating over an online translator. They were very understanding, those that remained. In all reality, I shouldn't have the class. Julie told me that it's not ideal that I teach this group but, at the moment, there is no ...


    A travel blog entry by shirlbell on Dec 01, 2008


    ... for awhıle through beautıful green valleys and then took a ferry rıde (car ferry lıke ın Oregon) wıth the bus across a large rıver - then lunch at a shell statıon dıner - yes ı saıd shell gas statıon - they had a small buffet ınsıde from whıch we could pıck out dıfferent foods - ı had lentıl soup (thın and served wıth lemon because very lıttle flavor) and a delıcıous beef and potato mıxture over wonderful rıce our bus ıs really comfortable - only seats 40 ınstead of ...