Ege Camping

ege camping kayrakly mevkii pamukkale DENYZLY / Turkey, Pamukkale, Denizli, 20100, Turkey | Inn
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This inn, located on ege camping kayrakly mevkii pamukkale DENYZLY / Turkey, Pamukkale, is near Mineral Forest, Hierapolis, Amphitheatre, and Aphrodisias.
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Travel Blogs from Pamukkale

The Houses of Healing

A travel blog entry by bubbles48463 on Sep 10, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... to Turkey, but it's interesting that they have such a presence here.

Anyways - we started off bright and early for the Turkish town of Pamukkale ("cotton castle"), named for the stark white travertine pools that cascade down the mountainside beneath the ancient city of Hierapolis. Hierapolis ("the holy city") is known particularly for its mineral waters, which have granted the city both its fame in antiquity as a center of healing as well as the ...

White Terraces

A travel blog entry by daz-marie on Jul 09, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

Well after a few hours on the train which was a welcome change to the bus we arrived in Denials and a driver was waiting to take us to our next hotel in Pamukkale which was very much a back packers hotel and the luckiest by far.

On the way to our hotel Sukru had a little surprise which he often does and we stopped for lunch in a local trick stop which was lovely. It was outside and it had a grape ...

Humongous

A travel blog entry by mickle777 on Jun 11, 2014

2 comments, 30 photos

... by an earthquake in 60 A.D. and rebuilt. Remains of the Greco-Roman period include baths, temple ruins, a monumental arch, a nymphaeum, a necropolis and a theatre. Following the acceptance of Christianity by the emperor Constantine and his establishment of Constantinople as the ‘new Rome’ in 330 A.D., the town was made a bishopric. As the place of St. Philip’s martyrdom in 80 A.D., commemerated by his Martyrium building in the 5th century, Hierapolis with ...

One marvellous afternoon

A travel blog entry by petkatravels on May 03, 2014

9 photos

... snow on them. It was ear popping heights.
Some parts had rocky hills, and it was interesting to see the houses built there and the farmable land put to that use.
Had to unexpectedly change buses at Denzli and got here in one piece. After three and a half, four hours on a bus, we were ready for the journey to be done with. These last two trips in the smaller buses are more taxing as the seats are not wide and ...

The White Cotton Castle

A travel blog entry by dabby1 on Apr 19, 2014

... sat poolside sipping Efes, the local beer. Turkey so far feels quite Mexican/Aztec/South American-inspired, with its brightly coloured homes and beautiful tiled walls. Dinner was an array of lamb kebabs, chicken casserole and meatballs and a lovely Pamukkale Senfoni red wine. Our waiter helped us out with a few Turkish words - 'Merhaba' meaning 'Hello' and 'sağol' (prounouced 'sayo') a slightly ...

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