Club Hotel Phaselis Rose
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... slaying a fearsome beast to redeem the hero's honour,
- a belief that they are the fires that lit the first Olympic torch - after all, Mount Olympos is just up the road (The Greeks dispute that one)
- to the scientific explanation of gases escaping from metamorphic rock.
Whichever way you look at it, the fact that the fires have burnt for eons is "magic" and we're lucky to have seen it before the gas runs out.
... gotten wine, I said I was ready to head back down. I wasn't sweaty. I tried to really *feel* the epic history of the flames, as I try to do when in ancient places. You guys, I don't really feel it. I respect the idea of it though, so that's good, right? On the way down the hill, the owner talked about how he'd been to Maachu Picchu and got so sick he had to stay in Cusco for three days. I thought it was interesting that that's the story he chooses to tell. ...
... dark wood and high mildewed ceilings in the old part of town. My room was guarded by two mannequins dressed in traditional clothing. They didn't freak me out at all. The next day I decided to meet Peri and her friends in Kas, so I got to rest for a few hours on an air conditioned mini bus. Boring! But here are some pictures from that ...
Well, the name of our accommodation may have been Bayrams Treehouse, but we were definitely on the ground, albeit in very rustic digs!
Olympos is definitely the most laid back destination of our trip. A small village, set in a valley and popular with the back packer set, Olympos was once an important Lycian city in the 2nd century BC, the remains of which line the 1.5 km track down to the beach. (We are realising that the term ...
... and of course all the Jews on the Island. Our guide was definitely a patriot: when we stopped at a rest stop,
I asked if they had any Greek candy, as I pointed to the Turkish Delight, indicating that we had already tasted it in Turkey. She indignantly told us that it was not Turkish Delight but Greek Delight! So, the animosity between the Turks and Greeks continues…
was a former capital of ...