Susuzlu Atlantis Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... jacket. Our waiter spoke English so he and Sam talked soccer. When he found out that Sam was a bit under the weather, he made a special herb tea and packed extra "to go". It tasted funky but to his credit, Sam drank it all. (Note: the next day, Sam was better). Sam and Steve had planned to watch the Euro Football finals at a local bar but by the 9:45 PM start, ...
... I made my way back out to the bus. On the way back to the hotel, Taylor, Bennie, and Will gave the class a presentation on Islamic Music. I should explain: Before we left, Dr. Ryder gave us all a subject to research and present as a group at some point during our trip. After the boys' presentation I slept the rest of the bus ride home. It was a great day, but a long day and I was pooped. This trip is amazing but I have got to start getting some more ...
... and Taylor then sat in a cafe and had a couple beers as the sun set and we were joined by Kenny later. We are then whisked away by oscar to a small Creamery were they are famed for there ice cream. Here we sang The Lord bless you and keep you to a small child, the son of the owner and were given much praise which was quite nice. Back at the hotel we had a lack luster meal and then watched some of Total ...
... to crawl through some. In saying that, they were incredible and started the day off perfectly.
Next stop was Ihlara Vadisi, the longest canyon in Turkey, stretching 14km in length. This caused a wind tunnel and made it nearly unbearably cold. But we presided for a couple of kilometers down the valley, passing the Agacalti Church, pigeon houses in the mountain walls and little Turkish huts in the river, before arriving at our lunch destination.
Here I enjoyed a superb ...
... it is easy to see how Pamukkale, which means "cotton castle" got its name.
These terraces form when water from the hot springs loses carbon dioxide as it flows down the slopes leaving limestone deposits...beautiful layers of white calcium carbonate (limestone) build up.
Within the terraces (which are off limits to viewers) are these beautiful pools.
There are ...