Grand Kurtoglu

Address: Yatlimani Karsisi Turkmen Mah. Kusadasi, Aydin, Aydin, 9400, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Yatlimani Karsisi Turkmen Mah. Kusadasi, Aydin.
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Travel Blogs from Aydin

Ancient ruins and incredible history

A travel blog entry by sarahjr on Sep 20, 2015

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... of Ephesus is the Celsus Library and much of the facade has been reconstructed. It would have been an impressive building in its day. We saw lots of stray cats around the old city and tourists were feeding them bit of food and water. Apparently the locals feed the stray cats and dogs around the place. Also in Ephesus we saw the massive theatre that can hold up to 25,000 people and still hosts concerts to this day. Overall ...

From Istanbul to Ephesus and lots inbetween!!!

A travel blog entry by happylands10 on Jun 07, 2015


... on the highway to Kusadasi where we were told to wait under a tree for the next bus to Kusadasi. There we stood in the middle of nowhere waiting at a non-existent busstop. But we were not forgotten and got to kusadasi!!!! We wandered around this seaside town, had fish and chips at the harbour and spent a fabulous afternoon looking at all the shops. Mike,your wifey needed ...

Bus Trip to Ephesus or Efes

A travel blog entry by lindell on Dec 06, 2014

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Caught a 'big' bus with another driver who talked and argued with someone on his mobile phone while driving!

Drove through heavily wooded hills of pine trees and then olive groves. Some of the trees had huge plastic sheets under them and the trees were being beaten with sticks to make the olives drop.

A two and a half hour trip to Aydin and then a mini bus or dolmus that crept ...


A travel blog entry by tommy1982 on Aug 31, 2014

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... the excavated ruins were interesting and I particularly liked the ingenuity of the ottomans, who had converted a wing of a Christian cathedral into a giant water tank. Having had a thoroughly enjoyable day up until this point I pushed my luck just a little too far, taking a dolmus to kusadasi a town on the coast where I thought I would be able to eat some seafood while watching the sun set. Unfortunately, I hated kusadasi as soon as I arrived and it didn't get any better ...

In the path of the saints

A travel blog entry by essejtravels on Apr 08, 2014

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... dad and I decided to walk up to a monument called the cave of seven sleepers which is believed that seven Christian kids and their dog lived in a time of another religion so they ran away and slept in a cave for 2000 years then woke up and the main religion was Christianity so in their honour the Greeks living at Ephesus built a church in the cave and people who died got their bodies stored in there. And when we came back only mum's vegetarian Gozleme was there so ...