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

Pamukkale - check

A travel blog entry by ashishbeke on May 19, 2015

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... meet. Such an awesome idea! The card had a quote on the back that said something like "A journey is best measured in friends than in miles". Such an awesome quote! True for life as well. The bus arrived to get me, and I was happy to just sleep through the three hour journey. Our group was pretty mixed, and there was an Indian couple as well. The tour to Pamukkale as alright. The place was only decent. Its just one of those things you have to do ...

Silence of the lambs....

A travel blog entry by monkeyescapade on Oct 02, 2014

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... latest Man U match - the friendly bar man told us that today and all weekend was an important event in Turkey - The Festival of the Sacrifice - urban-bayrami-or-the-feast-of-the-sacri fice-in-a-nutshell/ - Apparently, families have been keeping/rearing lambs for a year and this weekend, all those sheep are killed, sacrificed and half of each sheep is then given to poor people in need. We realise and respect this ...

Selcuk, Ephesus and Sirince

A travel blog entry by maccanat29 on Jun 30, 2014

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Next stop Selcuk! After a 5 hour bus trip, we arrived in Selcuk (Sel-chook). It’s a small spot with not a lot to do but it is the closest city to Ephesus, the second largest ancient city in the world.
Known to locals as Efes (which is also the name of the local beer), it has some of the most well preserved ruins including a 25,000 seat Great Theatre, the Celsus Library and terraced houses. The terraced houses are probably the first version of modern apartment buildings. ...

PERFORMANCE - The Great Theater, Ancient Ephesus

A travel blog entry by ryder.chris on Jan 16, 2014

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... beyond repair, but much of the original structure survives. In Roman times, the amphitheatre was used not only for concerts and plays, but also for religious, political discussions, and sporting events such as gladiator and animal fights.

Our performance lasted approximately 45 minutes. Several tourists and tourist groups came to all or part of it, and for other parts, it ...

Our holiday is in ruins!

A travel blog entry by lindalequesne on Sep 09, 2013

4 comments, 15 photos

... br> We stopped to see the ruins of a hamam (bath house) which looked like stone bee hives, and then to “The cave of the Seven Sleepers” where seven young Christians apparently escaped and took shelter, falling asleep and supposedly waking up 200 years later when Christianity had become the official religion. It was hot and dusty there (but free) and the best part – other than the prayer tree which actually looked like it was covered in bits ...