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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDogan Hotel Antalya
I found Dogan at Google Earth while I was looking at Antalya and I had no experience with it at all. It turned out to be a nice hotel. I will certanly use it again. Situated in the old town, close to the sea.
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... We walked through the ruins for a while and then went to the modern day tourist trap, found a cafe next to the Mediterranean and chilled for a while before trekking back to our bus stop to take the trip home. The attached pictures don't to the place justice but you're gonna want to take a peek at ...
... eaten and done so far and it keeps getting better. :P The short-term peeps left today for another area. They have 3 weeks left before they head back across the ocean. They are doing well but can still always use your thoughts. Please keep them in ...
... amount of time asking the Chief to direct the work here. We had some fun meals together and also spent time blessing one another. I think I may have forgot to tell you that my luggage did finally arrive and I now walk around in clean clothes. I'm sure everyone is happy about that. Too bad I didn't pay for my trip with my Amex card cuz I could have gotten a new free ...
... download the folder and then show the customs guy that my email version was the correct date. He made a call and stamped me in. Only a slight delay but I was staring to wonder how life would be for 5 days inside the Antalya airport. Inside any area where there was food or anywhere to purchase another ticket. :| And of course our luggage is somewhere in ...
... we signed up for a tour of some ruins. This area of the Turkish coast is rich with history. The Greeks, Lycians, and Romans all settled this area before the Seljuks and Ottomans. The Romans did a lot of building and unfortunately, latter groups often tore them down to use the stones for new buildings. We contemplated renting a car to see the sights but thought better of it. Glad we did, as driving is crazy here.