Club Hotel Barbarossa

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

Cruising, day 2

A travel blog entry by sandy1948 on Sep 06, 2014

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... Aussies, and New Zealanders love their tea time.:) Dinner, at 9 pm, is grilled chicken, salad, rice, grilled peppers, melon, bread. We gobble it up, because we have had such a rough day. LOL

Life on the boat consists of sunbathing, reading, sleeping, swimming, and of course, eating and drinking! Getting used to the eating schedule with breakfast around 9 am, lunch around 2, tea at 5 and dinner at 9, is ...

Pamakkale - Oludeniz

A travel blog entry by antsmac on Aug 31, 2014

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... Made to the top with no casualties, no hand rails or notices of 'slippery floor' just like old times before health and safety took the fun out of things. We treated ourselves to a swim in the ancient thermal mineral pools where you swim amongst ruins, again pretty they put those there, but still relaxing and slightly crazy to be in a hot pool in 37 degrees! On route back down we muddyed up in the mineral mud on the pools on the side of the mountain before making ...

Turkey Is....

A travel blog entry by another-sky on Oct 25, 2013

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... for you.

Turkey is ancient - a virtual feast of history, unearthed, so accessible as you walk amongst the ruins (Ancient Greek, Roman, Biblical, Byzantine, Ottoman) to see, touch, smell and even hear... the silence of the pillars, arches, inscriptions.... there is so much of it you can easily find space between you and the crowds and the guided tours if necessary. But for how much longer? Heavy tourism brings heavy wear and tear - ...


A travel blog entry by lsuetang on Jun 30, 2012

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... guy. I refused and pointed to my sneakers. He showed me a whitish polish and dabbed it on one of my shoes, and asked me to put my foot on his shoe box and then proceeded to clean it. Then he pointed to my other one, so I put my other foot on the shoe box. I thought that was nice of him and thought I will give him two lira. When he was done, he asked for ten lira. I refused and gave him two, and he then asked for five. I threw down the two and walked away. Later, I was approached ...

Bottle of contentment

A travel blog entry by resiststatusquo on Oct 18, 2010

... the sun.

Sınce I dıdnt have a thıng ın my house to eat, I went to get somethıng from what appears to be a popular chaın cafe. I walked ın and a very nıce Turkısh man who spoke englısh helped me fıgure out what to order. I was kında lıke a carne asada quesadilla wıth a dıfferent type of bread thıng.

The Turkısh server and I chatted a bıt. After ...