Kaftans Hotel

Address: Merkez Mah. Hastane Cad. 108 Sok. No:2 Kemer Merkez, Kemer, Antalya, 07980, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Merkez Mah. Hastane Cad. 108 Sok. No:2 Kemer Merkez, Kemer, is near Suleymaniye Mosque, New Mosque (Yeni Cami), Military Museum (Asker Muzesi), and Istanbul University.
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    Travel Blogs from Kemer


    A travel blog entry by janerob55 on Jul 18, 2015

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    ... was a place of worship I was thinking it would be tranquil but as said it wasn't . The carpet inside have strips of dark red included into the design which is where worshippers kneel. The women's areas are walled off. We left the mosque And made our way to the hotel. . The road were the hotel is was closed to traffic. Han said he had phone and had got someone to open the road when we got there so the bus could go thru. Unfortunately that was not the case and we then ...

    Day 2 of our Wonders of Turkey Tour - Sightseeing

    A travel blog entry by willing3 on Jul 16, 2015

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    ... in the there. There were about twenty massive cooking pots in one kitchen and believe me in there it was hot and there was no cooking being done when we were there. Did you know that they had, well still have, a room called the 'circumcision room', that conjured up a lot images lol. We could not take photos is a lot of the rooms but one of the exhibitions we saw was an 84carat diamond in a tear drop shape, on my Lord ...

    Let the journey begins - via Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by ashcheung on Jun 01, 2015

    12 photos

    ... to the square pretty quickly. However, at that time it was still early in the morning, not much's going on here. I saw many kiosks selling "semit" though, which was the most common street food in Turkey. They looked cute but I didn't buy one; I was more interested in the stores on the side of the streets. They were all sweets shops, selling "Turkish delights". There were sooooo many sweets, in a long "brick" form and were stacked like a pyramid. There're so many ...

    The Action Begins

    A travel blog entry by robrae on Sep 21, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... was the renovation of the Hippodrome. It is estimated that the Hippodrome of Constantine was about 450 m long and 130 m wide. Its stands were capable of holding 100,000 spectators. The race-track at the Hippodrome was U-shaped, and the Kathisma (emperor's loge) was located at the eastern end of the track. The Kathisma could be accessed directly from the Great Palace through a passage which only the emperor or other members of the imperial family could use. The ...

    Greek Folk Music Presentation

    A travel blog entry by bnnashton on Jan 17, 2014

    ... represents music of a more personal nature, removed a bit from ordinary culture. Instruments associated with Turkish music include the bağlama lute, kemençe, zurna, ney, and the double-headed davul drum. Turkey and Greece share cultural elements that are reflected in their musical traditions. The use of similar folk instruments, musical elements, and even song content is representative of musical backgrounds that remain noticeably distinct but are fundamentally ...