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Travel Blogs from Kemer
... change from the Richmond. The décor is in shades of blue and green and orange and pink. The main floor has the huge buffet area, a swing set, a beach bed, billiards table in pink, the only bar, and floor to ceiling windows looking out onto the gigantic pool. The ceiling is 20’ (40'?) high, and there is a huge floor to ceiling bookcase in the center of the room, with a ladder to get to the books. Also a computer center. In the rooms, one of the guys ...
... nice course. The picture is mainly for the benefit of Neil who bought Annie the camel cover for her driver, which for some reason she calls Henrietta! We were hooked up with a pretty fair young Russian guy and older Dutch man who came here twice a year, every year for the last 8 years! He really likes it. The course was really nice and how interesting that two courses 500m apart can be so different. We played ...
... book indicated it was a 20-30 minute climb up a stepped path to the site. It should have said "steep rocky stepped path"! Anyway we made it! The flames are caused by gas seeping out of rocks and combusting when they hit the air. They burn out. Really neat to see. The guide book says if you cover the flame it will extinguish only to start in another hole. The best time to see it is at night ...
Being Sunday the roads were quiet and we set off for a drive into the mountains to see the Roman city of Termessos.
The city dates from around 400BC and is set in a very odd location high on the top of a mountain pass. The road up to the start of the city is steep and clearly had the odd Roman site on route with walls etc. visible.
We pulled into a large flat car park with clearly lots of ruins ...
*If you want to be able to laugh at the above line, you'll just have to go to Olympos and stay at Saban. So, I just realized that the last blog I posted did not synch from my ipad to the Internet, so the page long write-up I had has disappeared and you were left with two incoherent sentences. My apologies to those of you who use this to waste time at work (Christy). From Pamukkale, the town where my in-depth blog never actually posted, I made my way to Olympos ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility