HISTORICAL DREAM VACATION PART 1: ANCIENT HOMES TO EPIC HOTELS AND RESORTS

I always have been very fascinated by ancient dwellings and ruins. I strongly believe that it should be taken care, preserved and get more attention by allowing people feel it’s timeless beauty and not abandoned. We should all be thankful of those who sacrificed their lives to build these dwellings for they are treasures from the past that remind us of how gifted we are as humans at the present and in the future.

3. SIWA, EGYPT

Ancient name Ammonium is historically a part of Ancient Libya its modern name Siwa has stood since the 10th millennia BC.  Pictures below are of  Adrere Amellal Desert Eco Resort and Siwa Shali Resort

Check out their Official website:

www.siwashaliresort.com

2. MATERA, ITALY

The province of Matera, Region of Basilicata, Italy. These cave dwellings known as “Sassi de Matera” (Stones of Matera) has remained beautiful since the 3rd century BC. Pictures below belong to Sant’angelo Luxury Hotel & Locanda Di San Martino Hotel and Thermae.

Check out their Official websites:

www.hotelsantangelosassi.it

www.locandadisanmartino.it

1. CAPPADOCIA, TURKEY

The earliest record of the name of Cappadocia dates from the late 6th century BC, and it is now renowned for its timeless beauty. Featuring Argos Luxury Hotel & Museum Luxury Cave Hotel.  My previous post includes Cappadocia as one of the places I die to visit, if you haven’t seen that post here’s the link VACATION PARADISE: HOTELS AND RESORTS I DIE TO VISIT

Check out their Official websites:

www.argosincappadocia.com/

www.museum-hotel.com/

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7 thoughts on “HISTORICAL DREAM VACATION PART 1: ANCIENT HOMES TO EPIC HOTELS AND RESORTS

  1. I find these amazing. I could almost imagine myself living in the time when these architectural wonders were constructed. Creepy because I would also be thinking of the people of those era, all dead already. No matter, the stunning architecture and magnificent views plus all those history promises an experience of the lifetime.

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