Spa Hotel Colossae Thermal
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We left Antalya today heading for Pamukkale. On the way we stopped to see the ruins at Aphrodisias which was named after Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love. The ruins cover a huge area and less than five percent of the area has been excavated.
This area of Turkey has been controlled first by the Greeks and then the Romans from about 300 …
It is 6.15am and Marion is asleep , she has the beginnings of a head cold, mine started 2days ago and has gone to my chest, fortunately I have anti biotics with me, so am feeling much better. I stayed on the bus yesterday, and was brought to the hotel earlier, so saw nothing of this region, there are thermal hot pools at the hotel, but didn,t do …
Day 11 (late afternoon)
Temperature: 14 degrees
Weather: sunny with clouds
Our hotel for the night was a very short distance away. Had I known about this, Michel and I probably would have stayed longer at Pamukkale’s Cotton Castle and taken a taxi back to the hotel because this would …
Saw the sites of two ancient cities (3000 BC) or as Bob says, lots of piles of very old rocks. Most of the ruins of Pergamon were transported to the Pergamon Museum in Berlin (remember Chris - i dragged you there one day and actually have a great picture of you lying on a stand outside the temple
Thermal Colossea Hotel was great. Everything was excellent and we even enjoyed a large wedding at the hotel. Turkish and Norwegians wedding are quite different.