Patara Prince Hotel & Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Imagine riding a drunken camel across uneven sand. Barf bags have been deployed and for some reason regular passengers have left for the back of the "State of the art" watercraft. You may have seen if you saw Sean Connery in Casino Royal. I'm sure it's not as rough as say the Hecate straight or the open water off cape Scott but like anywhere the greatest force you encounter is your own fear. Suliman the great amassed a 200,000 man army and attacked Rhodes. I'm ...
... seem to be thriving - it’s far from an ideal situation but things are improving with the Turkish Authorities backing and the kindness of volunteers.
So, on the budget front, I am delighted to report that Graham is very happy, what with the bargain priced apartment, I have also been a domestic goddess all week cooking us home made meals in our small but perfectly formed kitchen thus saving quite a bit of dosh. I’m ...
... had, before pulling up anchor and blowing soft angel kisses ---- we continued our voyage Eastward for our total 7 hour run to Kastellorizo. Around 2p.m. Milena stopped in a gorgeous turquoise inlet, and we all got off the boat a snorkeled. Dennus and Denise headed for shore, while I went in a few minutes later, being on a laundry delay, so I just swam around Milena 5 times. After yet another delicious lunch, and afternoon "siesta", Milena made her ...
... br> Lunch: plate on the lap was too much for Madame but I played the rebel with my Efes beer. The feature was the grilled chicken plus various salads. Madame mentioned she had enjoyed a Janis Joplin concert. I suggested she belt out some of Me and Bobby McGee but nil. Went rooftop thereafter, not feeling like polite conversation.
Down for a chat with Sharif about Xanthos [not on the list but can go there tomorrow, Roddy]. Talked also about Mt Ararat climbs ...
... The rain looked very pending, but we managed to spend a couple of hours at this wonderful ancient city which is still being excavated to this day. Walking through it you could imagine the inhabitants going about their work and daily chores and so much detail is still on monuments there – from 2000 BC. Cost $20 Turkish Lira each to go there and I have to say well worth it. I still prefer Pompeii as it made me very emotional, however this place ...