West Ada Inn Hotel

Address: Kadinlar Denizi Mevki Yuksel Yalova Cad. No:21 Kusadasi Merkez, Kusadasi, Turkish Aegean Coast, 09400, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Kadinlar Denizi Mevki Yuksel Yalova Cad. No:21 Kusadasi Merkez, Kusadasi, is near Efeze., Pammukkale (Cotton Castle), Milli Park, and Fortress of Kusadasi.
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    Travel Blogs from Kusadasi

    Ancient Wonder of the World

    A travel blog entry by halloween1 on Sep 29, 2014

    14 photos

    Today we were actually supposed to be in Mykonos, but the weather was so windy causing the sea to produce such large swells, that our Captain announced during the evening that he had decided to divert to our 4th stop, Kusadasi in Turkey, and now make the 4th stop, Mykonos. Given that Montana and I succumb to sea sickness at the slightest hint of a swell, we were fine with this change. Many of us were forced to use the ships satellite phone to contact our Tour Companies in an effort ...

    Apple tea for me

    A travel blog entry by tanya.justus on Sep 04, 2014

    1 photo

    ... ways. Alex and I had traditional Turkish food with Turkish coffee and apple tea (which I am now in love with!) We were able to connect with their free wifi which was sorely needed after a few days of no internet. After lunch we walked along the marina and all the way back to the port where we found a Starbucks! Frappacino were exactly what we needed after a day in the hot sun. We then looked around the bazaar where we bumped into the others who were shopping ...

    Our holiday is in ruins!

    A travel blog entry by lindalequesne on Sep 09, 2013

    4 comments, 15 photos

    ... fruit and more. It was hard to say goodbye to this place, but we did. We drove up, up, up the cobblestone road, passing an elderly man herding goats who stopped and waved. We pulled over at a lookout for a view of the Aegean Sea on one side and the Assos ruins on the other. An old lady came up to us – she couldn’t have been more than 4 and a half feet tall, she had rotting teeth and her clothes were filthy – and she tried selling us wooden ...

    The city of Ephesus

    A travel blog entry by jgwart on Mar 15, 2013

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... could cause major problems. The theater at Ephesus was the largest one we've seen, holding over 25 thousand people. I overlooked the Main Street and could be seen my ships from miles away letting all travelers know that you weren't arriving at some little ship town. So much of what Paul tells the Ephesians makes more sense after seeing the city. Way too much to explain here, but the city just went on and on with houses, buildings and baths. One really amazing restoration was ...

    Selcuk: where past meets present

    A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on Feb 21, 2012

    4 photos

    Selšuk is a town whose very existence is due to the downfall and eventual abandonment of another. Three miles along a nondescript dual carriageway from Selšuk lie the ruins of Ephesus. We, as with most other visitors to this little town, were here with the specific plan to visit these ruins. Although we were miles from water, the story of Ephesus is one that is intimately tied to the sea – once a thriving port town in the Hellenistic and Roman eras, as the ...