Club Hotel Barbarossa

Address: Cukurbag Yarimadasi, Antalya, Turkish Mediterranean Coast, 07580, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Cukurbag Yarimadasi, Antalya, is near Kaputas Beach, Kalekoy Harbour, Filerimos Monastery, and Archaeological Site at Pella.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Antalya

Lycian ruins at Myra and Kas, Turkey

A travel blog entry by hippler on Jan 10, 2015

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... report that shows what a Big Mac costs around the world and in a tongue in cheek article, they try to show the relative economies.

But we don't eat those anymore and it's nowhere near as valid as my system - comparing the average cost of an hour of bus travel, the average coffee, the cost of lodging, and the average beer. In Turkey, bus travel is efficient and cheap. It's one of few great deals we've found so far in Turkey. We're at about ...

On the run ...

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Apr 08, 2014

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... the men's loos.
Good man, Rosie.

I think most people nodded off on the next stretch, as the scenery is flat and dull and it was by now pouring with rain. Lunch in a vast room was again buffet style, but the least inspiring we had had so far. The only highlight here was the discovery that squeezing lemon juice onto the many terribly similar looking Turkish puddings makes them edible.

Other things I have learnt [or been told, which may or not be true] are:

More of awesome Turkey in Antalya

A travel blog entry by poon on Dec 13, 2012

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... was not.

It's hard not to appreciate the centuries of artifacts surrounding us. I realize that as a kid, it probably wouldn't have excited me very much to stare at old bowls and coins. But for some reason, as an adult, it ignites my imagination and helps me to envision the ancients and how they lived.

Turkey really has been food for our imagination.


Kekova, Demre, & Olympos

A travel blog entry by jportelance on Jun 15, 2011

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... to tour it all without worrying about who would be in the background of our shots. Right as we were leaving, 30 minutes later and coincidently right at the end of lunchtime, here came the hordes of tour bus riders. 3 buses worth of people coming spilling through the turnstiles following the flag and up and over the metal stairs protecting the original threshold marble. Heather and I stand to the side and let them pass and watch them scatter like mice in a maze through every portal and ...

A Full Moon Coming

A travel blog entry by resiststatusquo on Dec 22, 2010

... of electrical fire. But since I had lacked handy fire-fighting equipment, I was left with no other alternative. After a few frying pans of water, the fire was extinguished. The damage was minimal with the only victims being the jeans, shirt, rug, and part of Maya’s food bowl that came in contact with the burning clothes. I quickly opened all the windows and the door to air out the place. Maya was hiding in a corner and after I made sure the fire was out I called her over. She ...