Golden Lighthouse Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... at another that sent us both running to the toilet. Fortunately, it was no harm, no foul and we both felt better after. Ahhhh, Turkey.
One of the best surprises of our hotel was all of the satellite channels they had on the TV. We rarely watch TV even when we have one in our room. But Saturday was a big playoff game between the Green Bay Packers and the hated Cowboys. On a whim, we searched for the game and found it ...
... still something to see. You could see some old ruins of the steps through the city and a small church etc, but there wasn't much else really. After the drive by we parked up in front of another little town (can't remember the name) where there is a old Ottoman Castle at the top of the hill with Lycian tombs which are scattered through the rocky cliff face. To climb up to the top of the castle was an optional extra - we decided not to do it this time, as we got some good ...
... Turkey taught me many things about life, basking in the glory of the sun for a month seemed like the perfect summer to me. I travelled to Turkey with 3 of my best friends at the time, throughout the holiday, there was many arguments between us all and many bad experiences but being on holiday, in the sun and away from everyday life ...
... nestled in a wide green swath of farmland adjacent to the Lycus River (different now than the Lycia region which is the southern coast we've just left) and in the broad alluvial Lycan valley the river has generously left behind. Colossae was a leading local city sited on the main trade route between Anatolia's Aegean Coast and the Euphrates River, specializing in fine purple-dyed wool fabrics. Eventually it was eclipsed in Roman times by the neighboring towns ...
... your toes. Actually, the water is so salty that it’s easy to float with or without a lielow. Tonight we’re docked around islands where pirates used to roam, where the sunset lights the sky and waters in shades of pink.
Food on board the Gullet is excellent traditional Turkish cuisine, and so tasty – the captain, Aladdin, rings the bell when it was ready and we all come a running. Lunch is usually vegetarian, with a meat dish at dinner ...