Agaoglu My City Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Enjoyed a tour to Dalyan to view the ruins. Learned about the different architectures in the amphitheater, Greek vs Turkish. Tour guide was excellent. Loggerhead turtles in the river,; we glided by reed lined river bank on the river ride.
Toured a ceramic factory and back to the ship for lunch.
... through how to trace the traditional design onto the tile and then paint over it. The one snag was the fact that it's still during a public holiday period and so the tiles wouldn't be glazed and fired before we leave. So we organised for them to be shipped. The kids did a beautiful job and really enjoyed it. It took a couple of hours so Ben and I went for a walk for about an hour which was lovely. When we returned, the husband of the ...
... repeatedly insisting that Alya switches with me to sit next to him and after trying to sneak in a cheek to cheek hug too many during a maintenance stop, I grabbed our backpacks and we walked away. Since we were in the middle of nowhere we were lucky to get a quick ride from a passing car to the first town, Uzundere. We stayed in a pension here and coming from Georgia were quite shocked by the high prices of food and accommodation in this small little settlement ...
... little boy who looked totally miserable. We asked our guide Ekram what the event for the little boy was – we were told he was about to be circumcised!! No wonder he looked miserable!!
After the lovely long walk we continued to another long walk up hill into the shopping area and were shown expensive jewellery! I idly looked at a couple of pieces and the salesman told me to "jump over my shadow”. I am puzzled as to what he meant by that except ...
... me to a short and efficient check-in line. Unfortunately, they would not allow me to roll my own suitcase aboard—it is, admittedly, large—even though I have done that before with Royal Caribbean and Cunard. I'll bet they let me roll it off.
Anyway, after brief formalities (swiping my credit card, issuing my on-board identification/charge card and snapping my photo, I find my way to 6074, my home for the next twelve ...