Yedi Tepe Club

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

Kütahya Ceramics

A travel blog entry by sandradgillis on May 12, 2014

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... him about 5 minutes, well maybe 10, to centre the clay and throw 2 pots and start on a third. They sell most of their bisque fired pots to customers to paint and resell. Back to the hotel and then off to find lunch. We ended up at another old restored wooden house that has been turned into a restaurant. Next it was down the street to visit the workshop and shop of Mehmet Gürsoy, a 2010 UNESCO Living Human Treasure. He does beautiful work on high quality ceramics. He ...

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 ...


A travel blog entry by laurennorman on Apr 19, 2014

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... however there was the risk that
if a ticket inspector got on the bus, we would get a large fine. It was quite
nerve racking being possible bus criminals, but luckily we got away with it!

The old town was full of beautiful old ottoman style houses
in all different colours, there were also several that have been converted into
hotels. In the narrow streets there were several small stalls selling jewellery
and ...


A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Dec 28, 2013

... My third driver on this day was (the already mentioned) Dr.
Tolga. He drove me through a snowy plateau on which white mountains ran
across the land like a herd of antelope. At times, really enormous
colossal unclimbable mountains stood over everything like evil powerful
unhappy fathers. Dr. Tolga and I would travel five hundred miles
-----Among the interesting things my driver talked about were the
psychological effects on people who used ...

Heels, hanggliders and fighter jets

A travel blog entry by hanush on Nov 06, 2013

2 comments, 8 photos

Eskisehir is just a small dot on the map, somewhere in between the Sea of Marama in the west, and Ankara to the east. I had no reason to come here, except that in its brief mention, Lonely Planet described it as "the most liveable city in Turkey". Having closely followed Len Brown's attempts to bestow a similar title on Auckland, I had to check Eskisehir out. And I'm really glad I did.

I only spent 24 hours here, but the energy and enthusiasm of the place ...

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