Viking Apart Hotel

Address: Ataturk cad No 60, Kemer, Antalya, 07980, Turkey | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Kemer

    Istanbul Inferno - or Ed, the human kebab

    A travel blog entry by eddyakko on Aug 02, 2015

    6 comments, 12 photos

    ... just yet!

    Our godson, Andy Murray, who works in London and was returning from surfing in Indonesia on a stopover, (what a life, eh?) was in town so we stumbled around Sultanahmet in the Saturday morning crowds, and last night had a wonderful dinner, more Lebanese than Turkish, in a classy restaurant just around the corner. So ...


    A travel blog entry by janerob55 on Jul 18, 2015

    16 photos

    ... going on in the street . We had a farewell inclusive dinner tonight in a restaurant that Susie had been too. It was down the end of the street past the mosque and some markets and a square where so much was going on. It was a bit of a hard walk trying to get there as we pushed our way thru the crowds. I have not seen so many people since being in China The meal was Turkish . We had dips and this delicious feta cheese shaped and rolled like a stick of ...

    Day 2 of our Wonders of Turkey Tour - Sightseeing

    A travel blog entry by willing3 on Jul 16, 2015

    17 photos

    ... and is known as one of the world's architectural wonders. Besides the fact that is it so beautiful, the museum is being restored and renovated as it was originally build on a rubbish tip and for years now it has been sinking. They have had to build multiple buttresses to support the whole building and you will see from the photos some of the columns are leaning and the arches are not the lovely arches we know because of the ...

    Let the journey begins - via Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by ashcheung on Jun 01, 2015

    12 photos

    ... found out what does this city is famous for. And I saw all these "seramics", looking beautiful with all those patterns and colors.

    And then I get to the tower and went up to see the panoramic view of the city. It was actually not that high, I got up there and take a look outside, "Wow" it was just amazing to look at the city from a higher level. You can see those little houses with red roofs, the mosques, the sea and the bridges, it's just amazing.


    The Action Begins

    A travel blog entry by robrae on Sep 21, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... of famous horses and chariot drivers, none of which survive. The hippodrome was filled with statues of gods, emperors and heroes, among them some famous works, such as a Heracles by Lysippos, Romulus and Remus with their wolf and the Serpent Column of the Plataean tripod. Throughout the Byzantine period, the Hippodrome was the centre of the city's social life. Huge amounts were bet on chariot races, and initially four teams took part in these races, each one financially sponsored ...