Umut Thermal Hotel Clinic & Spa

Address: Kokar Hamamlar Mevki Haskoy - Tekke Koyu Yolu 9. Km. Saraykoy Merkez, Saraykoy, Denizli, Denizli, 20300, Turkey | Spa
 
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This spa is located on Kokar Hamamlar Mevki Haskoy - Tekke Koyu Yolu 9. Km. Saraykoy Merkez, Saraykoy, Denizli.
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    Travel Blogs from Denizli

    The beauty of Pamukkale

    A travel blog entry by kteam on Sep 27, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... a couple of f&$king idiots. Their friends didn't really appreciate this but after pointing out the above facts he stood by his original sentiments. A few insults in some other language and more expletives later the gaggle of douche wandered away to hopefully end their trip in disaster whilst we stayed to capture some unobstructed shots.

    Successful day over and feeling really relaxed we made the much easier walk back down to our hotel to await our airport transfer.
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    The Houses of Healing

    A travel blog entry by bubbles48463 on Sep 10, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... have maintained its distinction to the present day. On the way there, our guide told us that the springs are rich with calcium carbonate, the white substance that is left behind on the mountainside when the water itself evaporates, forming the famous travertine pools. Although I enjoyed visiting several areas of the ancient city, I think the setting was by far the coolest part of the site and well worth the trip down there.

    Our guide gave us a fair amount ...

    Days in ruins

    A travel blog entry by suemckee on Jul 13, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... a tunnel connecting the two buildings. The library itself was probably the most impressive with much of the facade reconstructed and magnificent
    Kaan then took us to a lovely garden cafe where we enjoyed organically grown food for lunch - salads and soup. Yum. The food in Turkey is brilliant - fresh and tasty and healthy. There were two terriers here who were exceptionally cute - I think they belonged to the cafe and they took exception to a lovely ...

    Humongous

    A travel blog entry by mickle777 on Jun 11, 2014

    2 comments, 30 photos

    ... to grow. Zeus, the highest ranking of the Greek gods, could not allow the Earth to die, so he commanded Hades to return Persephone. It was the rule of the Fates that anyone who consumed food or drink in the Underworld was doomed to spend eternity there. Persephone had no food, but Hades tricked her into eating six pomegranate seeds while she was still his prisoner and so, because of this, she was condemned to spend six months in the Underworld every year. During these six ...

    Hierapolis and Pamukkale (2845km)

    A travel blog entry by cflove on May 21, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... 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 ...