Delphin Diva Premiere
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
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... the snow on them, made for a really picture postcard effect. One of Antalya's claims to fame is that you can swim and ski within an hour of each other - that's how close the mountains are. Today we stopped at one of the restaurants in the marina, bought ourselves our rapidly-becoming favourite drink (Efes Beer) and sat and watched the world go by. The temperature was 20C according to a thermometer we saw down ...
We left the hotel this morning to head to the white terraces of Pamukkale. By the way, I won the battle with the hotel - yes, one up for the tourist! The white terraces at Pemukkale are made of white calcium carbonate, or travertine, a kind of limestone. They are spectacular to look at as they are white cliffs gleaming in the sunshine and visible from a long way away. They are a bit of an oddity in ...
... I couldn't be bothered trying to explain further, so just smiled and said ok, great, and paid!!!
I ran across the road to David who was having a coffee, and he thought it was hysterical. He couldn't stop laughing, and taking photos from all angles! He thought when he saw me crossing the road that I'd left the hair dressers with wet hair and had rushed out to tell him I would ...
A six hour bus trip from Konya to Antalya on the Turkish Mediterranean coast. It is Turkey's biggest sea resort and in 2013 was the third most visited city in the world after Paris and London. It has 300 days of sunshine a year! Beats Melbourne!!
We travelled through stunning mountain countryside with snow capped mountains with the temperature falling to zero degrees. Some of the mountains were ...
... let me plan a route across the back of Mt Hasan, the track is in OpenStreetMap it's just that OSRM does not want to let people plan routes on dirt tracks. Fair enough.
I spent only 4 hours planning this trip - again similar ...