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Koppers's Travel Blog: Bodrum, Turkey - April 20, 2010

Koppers's Travel Blog: Bodrum, Turkey - April 20, 2010

Koppers's Travel Blog: Bodrum, Turkey - April 20, 2010

Koppers's Travel Blog: Bodrum, Turkey - April 20, 2010

This worldwide famous port city located in the southwestern Aegean Region of Turkey.

This worldwide famous port city located in the southwestern Aegean Region of Turkey.

"Exploring Bodrum: Day Trips in Turkey's Basement"  A Travel Guide by Jay Artale A continuation of Jay's Bodrum Peninsula travel guide series, this concise travel guide focuses exclusively on Bodrum Town itself, and is aimed at day-trippers from the nearby Greek Islands (including Kos), Cruise ship passengers and holiday makers from other parts of the Aegean who are making a flying visit to Bodrum and want a travel guide that cuts to the chase about the best bits of Bodrum.

"Exploring Bodrum: Day Trips in Turkey's Basement" A Travel Guide by Jay Artale A continuation of Jay's Bodrum Peninsula travel guide series, this concise travel guide focuses exclusively on Bodrum Town itself, and is aimed at day-trippers from the nearby Greek Islands (including Kos), Cruise ship passengers and holiday makers from other parts of the Aegean who are making a flying visit to Bodrum and want a travel guide that cuts to the chase about the best bits of Bodrum.

These beautiful old distressed doors seem to be from travel photos from Bodrum, Turkey. Notable is the fact that we are looking at the inside of the doors. You can see treetop and sky beyond the open door. So, what I originally thought was a green shade in the windows, must actually be the color of the glass! Painted, I suppose, but striking nonetheless!

These beautiful old distressed doors seem to be from travel photos from Bodrum, Turkey. Notable is the fact that we are looking at the inside of the doors. You can see treetop and sky beyond the open door. So, what I originally thought was a green shade in the windows, must actually be the color of the glass! Painted, I suppose, but striking nonetheless!

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