Blue Bay Platinum Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBlue Bay Platinum Hotel Marmaris
It was lovely, modern, clean and well maintained. The staff weren't all you would hope they would be. I guess with it being all inclusive they already have your money so what's the point in them going the extra mile right?
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I don't really have much to say about Marmaris to be honest, I went with a friend who is very much the 'lounge by day, drink by night' type so it is perfect for those types but there is not much in the way of culture, it was far too touristy for my liking. I met some wonderful people there but that is about it really. I didn't go on any excursions …
... of the water supply we tourists are using?
Meanwhile back at the hotel we decide to head out for dinner and find this lovely little taverna where we order gyros, tzatziki and mythos beer. Its run by a couple of older gentlemen, who gave out tasting forks of slow roasted pork and chicken and laid on the charm. Helen and I each got a kiss on the hand at the end of the meal, while Louise decided she had to leave early and go take photos of cats at the other side ...
... of us decided to go buy floaty beds so we could lay in the ocean all day long! One of the best 5 bucks Ive ever spent! We paddled and layer in the beach for hours! Very enjoyable.
I then ventured into the old town of Rhodes and had a shop and look around the original medieval streets.
... sun none of us were complaining that the tour was a tad shorter than normal. He led us to the beach in the end where we all plonked ourselves on a lounger and went for a swim! There was a massive diving board in the sea which we all swam out to and jumped off! The water was so nice, but it's a lot salter than normal. Paul & I walked down the beach & came across a parasail place, so I wanted to do it of corse! Paul was keen as well so ...
... I saw more "old rocks" than I ever thought possible! I made a great friend in Deb - she introduced me to Paul in 2000 - and I have many fond memories of our time together. We rode donkeys together, we struggled with some of the students' behaviour together, and we sat on a staircase overlooking a square in th Old Town of Rhodes together.
So, imagine my delight today, ...