Travel Blogs from Isparta
... so dry after all) before continuing to Eğirdir. A small causeway took us out into the lake and the little "peninsula" was only 2 km or so. It wasn't difficult to find the local pensions right on the lake. Mistakenly I didn't look up the weather. Antalya was rather warm, so I figured it would be the same 3 hours away. While the sun was up it was delightful, but as ...
April 10, 2014
Yesilova to Sagalassos Ruins to Egirdir - 222.5 Km
Charly's Pension, 100TL per night
- Market in Yesilova
- Gassed up and getting ...
... specialises in produce made of Rose, so we went to a rose shop and bought tons of products:- Rose lip balms, Rose colognes and perfumes, Rose Turkish delights, etc. I really enjoyed Isparta, but I would have preferred to have stayed over night and explored the beach and shops a bit the next day, but overall, the day was incredible, and I explored a new place which always satisfies me. I would most certainly go back ...
We're in the Turkish Lake District. We visited here last time we cycled through Turkey, and remembered it as a particulary beautiful, yet not too touristy, area. It's the first time that we've crossed the path of our last cycle tour, and it's quite nice to revisit a familiar place. We're even staying at the same hostel! Had a tough day getting here yesterday: a hot pass followed by a stong headwind, which nearly ...
A friend of ours started a website called Antalya Central. From time to time trips are put together to go to various places around Antalya. A van is rented and off we go. This was our first trip with them so we didn't know what to expect.
Sagalassos has history dating back to 8000 BCE and has been conquered ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsBolat Hotel Isparta
The Room was clean, the breakfast really good and generally it was ok! The main problem is that nobody from the hotel staff speaks any language except Turkish. This can be quite a problem. In the booking site, it said it offered parking. This is not true, there is a private parking close to the hotel, which you have to pay by the hour.
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