Yedi Tepe Club

Address: Asarlik Mevkii, Gumbet, Bodrum Peninsula, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, 48400, Turkey | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Asarlik Mevkii, Gumbet, is near Six Senses Spa.
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Travel Blogs from Gumbet

Day 90

A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Oct 28, 2014

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We are out early to explore the rock formations called fairy chimneys. The whole valley is strewn with boulders and long tall 'chimneys'. The rocks are made of different layers, making coloured stripes of yellow, orange, pink, blue snd green, where the softer rocks have eroded it has created holes and made wonderful shapes, we could spend hours finding faces, animals and other shapes. Every so often we climb a little higher to get our bearings, it's a bit like a maze wandering between ...

Day 88

A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Oct 28, 2014

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... muddy puddles, we were looking for a fort, we couldn't find it, so we parked on a flat meadow and walked, we could see some interesting rocks about a mile away, so set off to explore. There is a tower like rock with large holes carved into it to make caves, there is a ladder up to one of the large caves and evidence that a wooden staircase had been set into the rock, rising to caves close to the top. Across the ...

Kütahya Ceramics

A travel blog entry by sandradgillis on May 12, 2014

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Our plan this morning was to go to the Ceramic Market. We got a cab and in Sue's discussion with the driver, found out the Ceramic Market was retail only and the workshops were located in a different area. So off we went so see the workshops. We toured a ceramic studio where the items are made by pouring molds. They have 14 painters working in the studio and another 20 who work from home. Each piece was hand painted and the artists have the freedom to be creative with the designs.

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Museum Day

A travel blog entry by sandradgillis on May 11, 2014

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Then the walk back down to the town. As we started down the path, the call to prayer began. For some reason the calls from the different mosques were not at exactly the same time and it sounded like duelling imams over the loudspeakers.

Seeing as how we didn't know where we were going we were delighted to find ourselves right where we wanted to be, at an old wooden house that had been converted into a restaurant, The Kütahya ...

On the way to Kütahya

A travel blog entry by sandradgillis on May 10, 2014

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... On our way down to our hotel we found a geology museum which is housed in an old Hamami. The building was beautiful, some of the artifacts from the Hamam still in place. In the museum there was an interesting display of the process of making china dishes from porcelain - from the stone to the beautiful finished dishes of Kütahya Porcelain. Too bad all the signs were in Turkish. The building had great acoustics, Liz and Doug were singing and it sounded ...

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