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Suleyman Demirel Bulvari Bingesik Mevkii, Side, Antalya, Turkey | Hotel
 

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Rafting

A travel blog entry by obrillips

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... the guides could herd our large group (10 per raft and about 6-8 rafts) through a photo opportunity in front of a waterfall. They would then charge ridiculous amounts for people to buy photos at the end. We didn't participate. It was also a shame our waterproof camera broke as we have no photos from the actual rafting. It was like watching monkeys in a circus. A mass conveyor belt of typical tourism hogwash. We didn't mind too much as ...

What have we done?!

A travel blog entry by obrillips

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... bloodshot eyed megalomaniacs. No sand can be seen on the beach due to over packed beach chairs squished together like Lego, no trees, dunes, grass or anything natural. It is all man made rock walls containing sand near the water and more rock walls preventing any kind of natural erosion. Yet hundreds and hundreds of people were down along the beach strip in the restaurants, jewellery stores, tacky clothing stores, fake watch and shoe stalls etc. all buying up big on ...

East of Antalya

A travel blog entry by sandradgillis

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... is complete. There was a young fellow from Seoul, Korea on a two week holiday. He had lived an worked in Toronto for five years. There was a lady from Malasysia, who was visiting Turkey with her husband, but he was in meetings so she was sightseeing. And Sue and I. Then on to the town of Side (pronounced Seedeh). Here we toured the ruins of a theatre and then had some free to time to wander down to the harbour to see the ruins of the Temple of ...

High Mountains to the Ruins on the Mediterranean

A travel blog entry by michellendave

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... handbags, jewelry and cheap trinkets. With the help of friendly locals we readily found Antonio's Motel.

The fellows there made us feel welcome and served us a welcome coffee. They found a place nearby for us to park and showed us to our simple but sufficient room. From the balcony, we could see some of the ruins that were scattered through town. We went exploring.

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Turkey trots?

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle

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... tacky. I had somehow avoided having my photo taken altogether [odd, that] and was almost tempted to buy their rejected magnet.

Back on the coach, we were then taken round the corner to the largest mosque in the mediterranean area, according to Osman.

I got off the bus to take a look. The wonderfully down to earth lady in front of me also got off, harrumphing. She must be in her eighties, very tall, thin and a typical English Lady with a stonkingly ...

Location

This hotel, located on Suleyman Demirel Bulvari Bingesik Mevkii, Side, is near Greek Amphitheater, Side Museum, Kekova Sound, and Clock Tower.
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