Travel Blogs from Selcuk
... for a short notice appointment and got timely reply to come in between 10:30 and noon on Monday.
Dave walked from our hotel to the spot where the Consulate was supposed to be. There was no sign of it. Dave asked a woman who was opening her store. She pointed to the top floor of a building across from them. He walked over to it and still didn't see the Consulate office. ...
... greatest Christian communities of its time under the Apostle Paul and Saint Barnabas. Here we went into the Mevlana Museum, which is connected with the whirling dervishes.
Here there was a courtyard enclosed by small rooms with artefacts from the whirling dervish life, ancient books, instruments and also tombs; while the other side of the square there was a large mosque which had several dervish tombs and was stunningly and elaborately decorated.
There were a ...
... to see 5 cars on the starting grid at traffic lights even when there are only two lanes.
Roundabouts are something else! Most roundabouts have traffic lights, though not all of them which is confusing in itself. Traffic going straight ahead or turning right has right of way; traffic turning left must stop 1/2 way round, which basically means it stacks up in the middle of the roundabout and blocks the traffic wanting to go ...
... Turkish drivers. We arrived safely in Pamukkale in time for dinner.
Pamukkale is a very small town so we wandered the street in search of food. After walking past a place that had a tree house, Ben was sold. It was a fun experience but the food was a bit average. We then went back to our accommodation and spent the evening sitting outside, playing cards and sipping Apple ...
... are on, showered and the 9 of us are lying on hot marble waiting.... (Male and females all in together) we are all getting some odd looks form the local men coming for their weekly scrub ritual. The crew there were the middle aged, pod gutted mustached type with long staring gazes! Fark! What are we doing?! So hilarious! One at a time we were loofered, soaped and foamed, cracked and slapped! Once this step was complete another man then wrapped us in ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Victoria Hotel Selcuk
Other places to stay in Selcuk
Pamucak Mevki Pamucak, Selcuk | Hotelfrom $106
- Not a 5* hotel
- Kids will love it!
- Please, Don't go there if you want sea bath
Ataturk Cad 57, Selcuk | 4 star hotelfrom $82
- Peaceful Hotel
- Well below expectations
- Lovely place
Ataturk Mah, 1012 Sok No 2, Selcuk | Hotelfrom $25
Ataturk Mah., Selcuk | Hotelfrom $62
- Well worth a stay
- Loved the Hotel Bella and staff
- Hotel Bella was a gem
Isa Bey Mah. 2019. Sok. No:14 Selcuk Merkez, Selcuk | Hotelfrom $60
Ataturk Mah. 1051 Sok. No:7 Selcuk Merkez, Selcuk | 3 star hotelfrom $87
Ataturk Mah., 1016 Sok., No. 19, Selcuk | Hotelfrom $39
Isabey Mah. 1054 Sokak 3, Selcuk | 3 star hotelfrom $55
Ataturk Bulvari, 1067 Sokak no.15, Selcuk | 2 star hotelfrom $46
Zafer Mah. 3004 Sok No. 16, Selcuk | Hotelfrom $27
Sarapci Kuyu Mevki Aydin Asfalti , Selcuk | 4 star hotelfrom $52
14 Mayis Mah. 4034 Sok. 14, Selcuk | Hotelfrom $45
Ataturk Mah. Kubilay Cad. No. 24 , Selcuk | Hotelfrom $52
Ataturk Mah. Sehabettin Dede Cad. No:12 Selcuk Merkez, Selcuk | Hotelfrom $60
Namik Kemal Cad. No 20 , Selcuk | 3 star hotelfrom $52