Umut Thermal Hotel Clinic & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as almost like terraced rice paddy fields, only white instead of green. As you climb higher, there are a few areas where the pools are filled with the most marvellous blue coloured water. There were 2 crazy Asian girls in their bikinis bathing in one, and many others dangling their feet in the warm stream flowing down the centre!
From the top, we walked around, admiring the white all around us, and the few groups of beautiful pools cluttered together. We found a quieter ...
... mountain of baking soda - behold Pamukkale, the "Cotton Castle."
Sodium bicarbonate spills over the cliffs making it look like a ski resort in early May. The spring water is pumped through, forming tiered pools as small as a quarter to as large as a swimming pool. The ...
... from Scotland and we sort of stuck together. We went out for a wander into town last night, nothing much happening and I think that we were the talk of the town as we walked through the market wearing our summer dresses in the heat, once again thoes slutty knees! It felt as if we were on a school camp and sneaking out! (Side note: Jed wasn't wearing his summer dress.) There is a bloke called Geoff with a G and his wife. When ever Geoff asks a question it usually ...
Hierapolis, the name for this unusual place, was the beloved wife of a Roman Governor of this region, so to honor his wife he named the place after her. Pamukkale , the Turkish name for the place has been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, has been a healing resort for ever, since the most remote times, the Romans set up a full complete resort ...
... around 1400m. We made a couple of stops for Kelly Kettle coffee and a sandwich lunch (for your information the hard cheese here is outstanding, like eating fresh parmesan but costs nothing....) before we started to drop a bit into large valleys with lots of agriculture. Annie took the shot of the poppy fields which we assume is for poppy seeds, though one wonders if in some corners its not grown for other purposes....
We arrived mid-afternoon ...