Villa Hotel Kuluhana

Yali Boyu Mah. Kisla Cad. No:35, Kalkan, Antalya, 7960, Turkey | Hotel
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A break from touring in a nice beach town

A travel blog entry by voyager-sue

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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 ...

A day of water features

A travel blog entry by cflove

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... 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 ...

Termessos

A travel blog entry by cflove

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... why build a house out of stone blocks 75cm thick? They must have weighed 500kg, at least. The best preserved part was the amphitheatre. Set on a cliff it was still very impressive and from the walls you got a great view down the valley.

After exploring we had lunch back down near the car park and on leaving realized we had just eaten our sandwiches in the Necropolis, lots of broken sarcophagi to be ...

Museum Day

A travel blog entry by sandradgillis

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The streets were very noisy last night, it was Saturday Night. Needless to say neither of got a really good sleep. So we were a bit slow moving this morning, then took the old tram to the Antalya Museum. There was an extensive display of items found in various mounds in the area, as well the items brought to the museum from the Ancient City of Perge, which we visited yesterday. The ...

Lazy days

A travel blog entry by cflove

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... up which Annie took to give an impression. Almost all the objects come for the Anatolian region and lot of the statues are from Perge, an old Roman town nearby which now is not much at all but in it's 2nd C heyday sported a huge 'theatre' which had lots and lots of enormous statues. Many of them have somehow survived and the quality is really impressive. We could have spent more time in the museum but there's only so ...

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This hotel, located on Yali Boyu Mah. Kisla Cad. No:35, Kalkan, is near Manavgat Waterfall, Kursunlu Waterfalls, Konyaalti Beach, and Big Pebble Beach.
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