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Yes, that's right folks! Our Turkish guide really did use the words "grow ops" and "*****s" during our tour. Let's just say his "Turklish" wasn't exactly up to snuff for the day. We did several double takes during the tour when he used questionable terminology. We even think he used a swear word or two. My theory? The person who trained him decided …
... ancient t pool then waddle over to settle their backsides in a travertine pool. So many people! We sat in a shady spot and watched the show. In front of us were three Muslim women watching while their husbands cooled off with the kids. They looked so hot and so amused at the display in front of them.
The white travertine was spectacular alright. Nice to be able to wade through the pools as you make your way back to ...
... at the bottom of each. It was nice walking down, having a paddle and enjoying the incredible view (see pictures!)
The problem was turning around and going back up. There were a fair amount of people as we made our way down, doing the same as us. On the way back, the quantity of people had tripled, and we were surrounded by tourists - EVERYWHERE. It was no longer an amazing part of the world, it was an orange tourist hub. You could barely move a couple of feet ...
This is one of the major attractions in Turkey. The white crusted hillside dominates the scene. The white is calcium deposit from thousands of years of calcium rich water flowing down. The attraction is highlighted by the Roman ruins of Hierapolis. They established a spa retreat and evidence of their building mastery ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Very relaxing, quiet, excellent and hearty food, hot water pool in February -- one cannot want more for 50 TRL
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