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10.       roseb510
39 posts
 23 Jun 2009 Tue 06:08 pm

 

Quoting joycediane

Yes I am sure you can there is trips to most places. I will be in Fethyie to next month for a month I bought a place there its so nice.

Please Try the Kaya winehouse in kaya village, My cousin works there Its a wonderful place. They do a service where they pick you up and drop you off. www.kayawinehouse.com there is also a Turkish restaurant near Migros supermarket very cheap and good. open 24 hours. I hope this helps . I am sure you will have a great time. 

 

so you should be the expert then hehe mabe i will run into you while i am there i wish i could be there longer but i´ll be moving to turkey next year...hopefully.

 

so is it easyier to get to the Pamukkale hot springs from izmir? cause mabe we can stop on our way back there?



Edited (6/23/2009) by roseb510

11.       sonunda
5004 posts
 23 Jun 2009 Tue 06:21 pm

You can look here too

 

http://fethiye.turkbul.com/whereisfethiye.html

12.       sonunda
5004 posts
 23 Jun 2009 Tue 06:28 pm

so is it easyier to get to the Pamukkale hot springs from izmir? cause mabe we can stop on our way back there?

 

 

If I were you I´d go from Fethiye to Denizli(for Pamukkale) stay overnight in Pamukkale then go on to Izmir maybe via Selcuk (for Ephesus)

(Pamukkale is 217 Km from Fethiye and 183 Km from Izmir)

13.       catwoman
8933 posts
 24 Jun 2009 Wed 02:27 am

Unless it´s on your way to another place, I do not recommend visiting Pamukkale -- they are really not that impressive. I´d rather take a longer trip to Kapadokya.

14.       libralady
5152 posts
 25 Jun 2009 Thu 03:04 pm

 

Quoting catwoman

Unless it´s on your way to another place, I do not recommend visiting Pamukkale -- they are really not that impressive. I´d rather take a longer trip to Kapadokya.

 

 How can you say that!!!!!!!!! <img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> <img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'>  Come back another year and do Kapadokya.

 

My journey to Pamukkale was 5 hours each way and well worth it.......... despite having hardly any sleep the night before.

 

Pamukkale, yes the travertines are not what they used to be and there are bus loads of tourists at every turn, but there is more to see than just the travertines.  Wander about in the old roman ruins, see caper bushes growing wild, just don´t follow all the other tourist groups..... when I went I was the only person except a lady picking capers and a group of Turkish teenage girls, anywhere near the ruins.

 

In a nutshell I am so pleased I went..... in fact the scenary on the way is also beautiful.

 

Only word of warning on the organised trips - they often end up at some point with purchasing opportunities, gold, onyx etc etc

 

I forgot to mention Dalyan and the mud baths .......... great fun!



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15.       catwoman
8933 posts
 25 Jun 2009 Thu 06:40 pm

Haha, I thought that Pamukkale looked better in the pictures then in reality.. and it was a five minute thing to see them all!! lol The ruins were interesting, but no different then everywhere else... which is plenty.

16.       lady in red
6947 posts
 25 Jun 2009 Thu 06:56 pm

 

Quoting catwoman

Haha, I thought that Pamukkale looked better in the pictures then in reality.. and it was a five minute thing to see them all!! lol The ruins were interesting, but no different then everywhere else... which is plenty.

 

 It was good when we went there - but that was about 15 years´ ago - there was actually water on the travertines and you could ´bathe´ there as well as in the pool.  Then they stopped it altogether because the hotels were taking all the water.  Don´t know what the situation is now though.  We thought Hierapolis ruins were interesting but like you say CW (and no doubt certain members will be shooting us down for this lol ) - seen one ruin you´ve seen ´em all!

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