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... course was yet to come. Susan loved her grilled trout. I had veal meatballs and thought they were a little bland. Dessert was either yogurt and honey or a fruit plate. Stuffed again!
How many tour guides stop the bus so the group can go traipsing through an opium poppy field? The government keeps track of how much opium is grown and it is strictly for medicine. The flowers were all white and there were tons of pods.
The Antlaya Marmara is ...
... As a consequence most the walls etc. seemed crude compared to the finely chiselled stonework we saw in Side a few days ago. Finally the site was a bit of mess... the paths were really just rough tracks, the undergrowth had been hacked back but was poorly done and it all just looked untidy, which was a shame. The best thing was the aqueduct. The remains were huge but originally it would have stretched right across ...
... It was an important Lycian city in 2nd century B.C. Olympos devoutly worshipped Vulcan, the God of Fire, most likely because of the flames at Chimaera. We wandered along the path through the ruins to the beach front and then back again going into see more of the ruins. They are actively excavating in one area. We are now totally exhausted and head back to Antalya. Too tired to even go out for ...
... signs pointed uphill and off we set. It was about 1km of steep track passing various walls, gates and structures before we got to the main site. The city was destroyed by an earthquake around the 2nd C and abandoned. It has never been fully excavated or restored and the whole site is a jumble of stone blocks and pillars. A couple of thousand years of re-forestation too means that the site is covered by trees ...
... really quite nicely done with lots of upmarket hotels and restaurants.
Late in the day we caught the bus home and walked down to the beach where Annie braved the sea. She tells me it wasn't that cold but I don't believe her.... I think I'll have to wait until I'm in Italy next month!
Tomorrow we are off to the mountains and for those following my passport drama they tell me it will be here tomorrow morning.
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center