Alaiye Kleopatra Hotel & Apart
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Over the weekend we visited the city of Alanya which is about 30 mins north west of gazipasa. It was absolutely not at all what I was expecting. Tourists lined all the streets with the restaurants, markets, clubs and shops in tow. We arrived at our hotel which was amazing for $20 for the night, it overlooked a huge resort where fire breathing entertainers were performing in the pool area. After we all got ...
Yesterday we enjoyed our Turkish breakfast and discovered overnight the streets had been transformed. No more mopeds, crazy drivers etc....now the streets were closed and were full of markets. They were selling everything! It all looked great, so we went exploring before we had to check out. Since we have no kitchen we had to pass up the offered to buy the tasty foods and spices, however we did not pass up the free samples of Turkish delight, then we bought 1 kg of it. ...
Today we took a bus tour east of Antalya. It started early - 8am. Being on time isn't high on the list of priorities around here. Sue and I were at the pick up point at 7:50 am. And no one showed till 8:15. We were beginning to get concerned. But all in all it was a good day. First stop, the Ancient City of Perge., 17 km east. Though in existence in the Hittite Period,during the Roman Period it became one of the most orderly cities of Anatolia. We will ...
Turkish workmen don't seem to start too early in the morning which is a blessing.
Good old Vera. We have a bath with a shower over it and the usual wet clingy curtain. But for me, a bath is the way to go. Lashings of hot water and a plug which knows it should be watertight and really does try hard to do the job.
There were some strange white floaty bits in the bath... Some alarmingly large... which upon further investigation I found to be paint. I think they ...
We liked Konya as far as a big..not Hugh...but big Turkish city goes...THIS one did not have that chaotic feel to it. I made the mistake of thinking the Dervishes were whirling nightly. NOT. Darn! I am very saddened that I will miss the Dervish here. I guess this just means it will always be calling me back. In spite of the inland pervasive pollution...I do love this country. I am slowly getting a better understanding of it and it's people. I ...
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking