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TravelPod Member ReviewsTraverten Hotel Pamukkale
Very relaxing, quiet, excellent and hearty food, hot water pool in February -- one cannot want more for 50 TRL
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... as we really didn't feel like walking far (for once). We order some simple dishes as we weren't feeling particularly hungry.
After lunch we hang out in our room catching up on errands i.e. booking accommodation, figuring out flights to come home (eventually), etc, etc. We dream a little and look at realestate.com and look at prices of homes for one day in the future. I randomly try some yoga as theres space in the room and I got bored. So I spend some ...
... to today! Our destination today was the travertine terraces of Pamukkale. But first a toilet stop and then a textile stop because this region is famous for textiles. It actually suited us because we needed to buy a towel for our cruise....well we think we do....details are a bit sparse on this tour. Anyway we all bought some beautiful bamboo towels that look and feel a little like shawls. We just hope they absorb water like ...
... What an absolute......... Disappointment. As you will see from the pictures hardly any water. The heat, we knew it would be hot but it made it all the more hotter with the lack of water. The word going round is 'false advertising'. It is a beautiful place just so disappointing. The travel brochures and Internet promote these wonderful natural thermal springs with water the colour of turquoise... Very disappointing!!! Michelle, one ...
... in Istanbul and haven't been able to find, so really enjoyed it.
Our hotel is directly opposite the travertines staying at Alida Hotel,, so perfect location. Right at the base of the mounds is this most beautiful natural lake, full of geese,they are totally adorable, many of whom still have their babies with them.
Tomorrow will be another early start to beat the heat and climb to the top of the hill of ...
... a Roman center including a church. It was rediscovered in 1961 and excavations continue. The site has well-preserved sculptures, gate, stadium, theatre. It is not on the regular tourist path so our group had the site almost to ourselves which was a wonderful experience.
Another two-hour drive to Pamukkale known for travertine pools and hot springs. We checked in to the hotel and I tried out the warm water pool before ...