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, …
... years to win International recognition. In the year 2000 it was ranked 42 in the UK's Golf World magazine and ranked 39 in 2001 in mainland Europe's golf course. It was also ranked as the number 9 golf course on the European Mediterranean coasts in Germany's Die Welt magazine in 2000.
... larger than Alanya but is probably more attractive. We did not have time to visit the archaeological museum which is supposed to be very good.
We have to attend the second round of Team Trivia and then attend the Venetian society evening where we are to be honoured on the stage for having travelled 109 days with Silversea. I do not think we will get the free cruise yet but the free laundry is worth ...
Monday, October 13, 2014
We had a free day today – so it was great to take it easier. Craig and I slept in – we initially went up to the shopping centre. I got my glasses fixed for free – yeh. It feels much better to have a spare pair. We also shopped for shoes, which are good quality and much cheaper here. Craig bought two pairs of ...
... Antalya is 2nd best to Istanbul in my books). I wandered the old city in the morning before the majority of shops were open which was wonderful. The laneways are big enough to take cars, but the old stone buildings and cobblestone roads are beautiful and the streets are full of shops, Pensions (small hotels) and cafes. I encountered a lot of Turkish men sitting outside, trying to get me in to look at their shops. They are harmless enough and rather than ignore them, I tend to say ...