Club Hotel Falcon
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Heated pool
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... be 3 in total to come (This one and 2 more), Also Snuggle up, I have heard it has been getting cold down there, look after yourselves.
Wednesday 20th of May 2015:
Today I spent most of the day packing for the next 12 days, I was to spend 3 days at the Rotary District conference and the other 9 at the Big tour for the exchange students. After a long time packing I was finished, I then organised for my host family to take my American exchange friend Ethan and I to the ...
... That night was the much awaited expedition to the Chimeara or as commonly known, the flames of Olympus. Homer, in his Iliad and Odyssey spoke about the Chimeara all those hundreds of years ago. The 6 of us donned our hiking boots, (except for me in my slipslops) attached our "kopligte" and headed for the trek up the mountain!!! Jeez, I wont lie, it was QUITE a climb!!! After huffing and puffing for over an hour we finally made it. What an amazing phenomena to see these ...
... displays from the second century...statues of Zeus, Hercules, Apollo, Athena...all my favourites from mythology. May 8: Another bonus was the Antalya Yoruk Festivali that just happened to start today...I just love tribal events! Ended the day with dinner by the sea as a celebration of our 33rd wedding anniversary...time flies when you are having ...
Today was designed to be a vacation from touring, a day to do whatever you wanted. So I took an early morning walk to the ATM, grocery, and Gloria Jeans; two-hour boat ride; leisurely lunch and dinner in an outdoor cafe; afternoon walk past shops; and sat in the pension garden. The Mediterranean truly is turquoise in color here, the breezes soft, very ...
... into Antalya to the Old Town section, a maze of cobblestone alleys, restored homes and those remodeled into pensions, shops, cafes, and boutique hotels. The streets were too narrow for our bus so we walked our suitcases to the pension. Then we took a walking tour of Old Town: Hadrian's Gate, a supermarket, walking past shops and cafes to the Mediterranean. Dinner was served outdoors in a peaceful restaurant with many courses including two desserts. Very ...