Weisse Burg Beyaz Kale Pension
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nice atmophere, hosts and confortable rooms
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... as a healing centre. Our tour guide, who is with us the entire trip, is an amazing source of information - his ability to regale us with facts and dates and names while maintaining an amazing sense of humour and high degree of patience makes viewing the various sights and sites so enjoyable.
We have a stop at a jewelry shop, well known for its turquoise stones. It is one of those places where, if you need to ask the price, you can't ...
... corner of his sheet. The mother sees this and starts to look around for a suitable patner. She does this by effectivly interviewing discretely possible candidates when they go to the Turkish Baths. They can determine whether the possible bride is of good character, has good physical attributes and because home cooked food is brought to share, whether she can cook. The woman indicates she is interested in finding a partner by putting out an empty bottle on the roof/ledge. ...
... catch another small bus. On the bus, off the bus. This one took about 2 more hours. Next bus was only about 30 minutes and dropped me in the center of a very small town, half developed with crumbling homes and hotels, a few restaurants and convenience stores. I got directions from an enthusiastic bus station employee, who said my hotel was straight ahead. Backpack and I walked for about 20 minutes down ...
... after... Stop 2 Hieropolis First walked through the graves, there are 1200 graves in the area - we walked through so fast that we couldn't keep up due to us being a family of photo takers! We delayed the group a bit so many times but we didn't care because we didn't want to miss out Got to the cleopatra baths and saw the amphitheater, we had 2hrs free time so went up to the theatre and had a nice look around, it was so hot we had to quickly go down to ...
... catchments along the way.
The cliffs themselves are around 200m high overlooking the plain of Cürüksu with the calcite-laden waters creating an unreal landscape, made up of mineral forests, petrified waterfalls and a series of terraced basins given the name of Pamukkale (Cotton Palace).
Before you are allowed to walk up the slopes you have to take off your shoes, they have discovered over time that the marks ...