Grand Kurtoglu

Address: Yatlimani Karsisi Turkmen Mah. Kusadasi, Aydin, Aydin, 9400, Turkey | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located on Yatlimani Karsisi Turkmen Mah. Kusadasi, Aydin.
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Travel Blogs from Aydin

From Ephesus to Kusadasi

A travel blog entry by ruthontravels on Sep 15, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... from our Tour Director "Back to the coach". Thankfully it was only a half hour drive from Ephesus to our 4th hotel in Kusadasi a Turkish resort on the coast. Most of us were only too glad to lie down and rest by this stage as all day we had been outside walking in the hot sun. So I have no idea what Kiusdasi is really Ice but it did look a good place for a holiday. All our meals had been good at the hotels ...

A Simple Life in a Palatial Mediterranean

A travel blog entry by niftymarsie on Jun 20, 2014

21 photos

... not too many sandy beaches in Turkey! Not impressed when we arrive and have to pay 5TL per person to enter .... must be for the ruins located near by. We park as a bus load of what appears to be English tourists arrive. As we walk along the 200 metre boardwalk to the beach we wonder what all the fuss is about, maybe the local turtles are nesting ..... then we see hundreds of those oh so familiar low lounges and umbrellas for hire! Dear, dear .... Macca's Lonely Planet Bible ...

Selcuk and lots of rock piles

A travel blog entry by simplifie1 on Nov 16, 2013

1 comment, 18 photos

... of restoration. The stage is still intact when unearthed and the acoustics are amazing. The locals still stage concerts here, although it is a rare occurance. Hierapolis was a Roman city that was mostly destroyed/buried by an earthquake around 700 AD. This caused the natural springs to shift underground, creating a warm pool that literally had columns toppled into it from the buildings that collapsed. Today people can go swimming in the pool over ...

Ancient ruins, modern times

A travel blog entry by brynandnate on Sep 27, 2013

2 comments, 54 photos

... made brooms sweeping and washing the part of the street just in front of the shop. Parts of the street were covered in vines of what looked like grapes, which had a lovely cooling effect on the streets below, as well as creating beautiful shadows across the ancient cobblestones and more recent cement, paving the streets in sections. Managed to get ourselves train tickets, most people speak some English, and we are learning a few words in Turkish to help us at least ...

Trecking round Ephesus

A travel blog entry by mitchpayne on Jun 04, 2013

11 photos

... it was only Josie, the bullfrog and me. The fact he was so drunk the night before prob didn't help. The bullfrog was her annoying self but II managed to shut her out by deploying one word answers to all her questions.

Our first stop was the virgin Mary's house. This was were the Mary died after running away from the Romans when Jesus was persecuted. Her house was near by to Ephesus which was at the time the second largest city in the Roman empire and provided ...