Alp Pasa Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlp Pasa Hotel Antalya
It was a very nice hotel but a bit expensive. It even had its own museum!
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We arrived at Antalya in the early afternoon. We got a taxi to our hotel but the driver didn't know where it was so he had to keep stopping for directions and at one stage he reversed 100 m down a busy street. But eventually we found it (without the taxi) and for the rest of the afternoon we walked around looking at ruins of the old town Kaleiši, …
... the snow on them, made for a really picture postcard effect. One of Antalya's claims to fame is that you can swim and ski within an hour of each other - that's how close the mountains are. Today we stopped at one of the restaurants in the marina, bought ourselves our rapidly-becoming favourite drink (Efes Beer) and sat and watched the world go by. The temperature was 20C according to a thermometer we saw down ...
... took us through several sets of mountains and quite a bit of snow. The village we stopped to have lunch in had snow on the ground. The cafe was basically a tent but it had a heater inside it. Victoria and I shared a dish called sacurva (pron. satchiva). It is a delicious concoction of lamb pieces which are served on a sizzling dish over a small fire. It is just served with bread and a side salad ...
... or something!! I walked down the road away from the salon and tried to comb it straight. Then I put my sunnies on and was so glad I wouldn't be bumping into anyone I knew! Another good laugh and story! The guy was actually an ok cutter, it was just the mousse, trying to make it curly, cutting it too short and the lack of a common language. It cost me the grand sum of $15!!!!
... non stop on his two mobile phones, in between drinking tea, eating, smoking and talking to people on the bus. At one stage he had no hands on the wheel! He came close to having a punch-up with another man at a cafe stop and seemed even more rattled and erratic after that. It didn't help that we had front row seats and could see it all. We both fell sleep in the end which was probably just as well!