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... was at the Castle which is perched atop a cliff overlooking the water. We enjoyed a delicious dinner as the sun set over the water views. We then ventured onto to a local bar where a local band played upstairs. We danced to the early hours rocking to Turkish versions of songs by artists including Metallica. The most odd cover being a rock rendition of 'I'll do it my way' by Frank ...
It was a slow day today. Rhonda headed over to the archeological museum and I took it easy. Did some wandering around the cobbled backstreets and found a few trinkets to buy. And lots of good photo opportunities. When she returned we did more wandering. Found some tiles we will have framed for our TV/travel room. Rhonda got sucked into getting her shoes shined, quickly followed by me! Had a relaxing drink ...
... PM, so we had to go to dinner early enough to make sure we were done by then. Mert took us to a kebab place, which was fun. We had to sit upstairs, as they were preparing the downstairs tables for the rush of Turks who would be arriving as soon as the fast was over. They brought us triangular shaped bread like a lavash, with plates of spicy grilled onions, cold onions with some spice on it, ...
... it couldn't be that easy...but wow, it was! Our short bus (the US will get that joke!) dropped us off at the top of the hill, quite literally on the side of the highway! We were ushered off and before we had a chance to ask our bags were being taken off our backs and plonked on the back of a minibus. Once inside we saw a postcard for 'orange bungalows' so figured we were on the right track! Olympos is a small town, on the province of Antalya, it's primarily a beach resort, but not ...
... the Aegean Sea at Antalya. A turkish breakfast, and a couple of Cays later (Tea) it was 10am and we headed back to Katja's in hope she hadn't decided to open late! We left our bags, threw on our bathers and headed out to seize the day! We'd just spent the past 10 hours on an over night bus, and the current temperature was sitting around 29/30 degrees...we were in need of a clean up. So off we went to the Sefa Hamam...a 600 year old Turkish bath. It was amazing. I mean for ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center