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We finished our time in Turkey with a 3 day stay in the historic walled section of Antalya, a city of 2 million on the southern Mediterranean coast. It is considered the jewel of the Turkish Riviera and we would agree.
Our hotel was situated close to the old scenic port and beautifully laid out with a fabulous outdoor terrace for its restaurant …
Old Town Antalya.
We flew from Antalya to Trabzon a few days ago exploring a very green region of the country. One of our highlights was the Sumela Monastery, which is embedded in a high and steep mountain range located in Altindere Valley National Park. The walk to the monastery was fantastic with ...
Spent a chilled day sleeping in till 10, walked to the sea and enjoyed the sun. Relaxed at Alla place then went to eat pide and go walking. Finally home for dinner and off to catch my midnight bus to bodrum. The bus is full, the road is windy and around mountains and I speak two words in Turkish! Lol ...
Last night was a delight. We stumbled into a meyhane (Turkish pub) that served nothing but raki, the ouzo-like drink, and local beer. The band played Turkish songs that everyone knew. Turks are not shy when it comes to singing out loud--clapping and dancing along with the musicians. Raki was flowing and the party lasted until the wee hours. This morning was a bit foggy! We drove out of town to an ancient ruin tucked in the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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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