Grida City Hotel

Meltem Mah. 100.Yil Bulv. No:112 , Antalya, Turkish Mediterranean Coast, 07050, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Meltem Mah. 100.Yil Bulv. No:112 , Antalya, is near Ancient Termessos, MiniCity Antalya, Kaleici Marina, and Lara Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Antalya

    Mediterranean Moments

    A travel blog entry by mariahdacosta on Sep 02, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... had theatre tickets, reusable and made of clay. Side had a very touristy atmosphere and yet more roman ruins, only just being restored. The sea views and what they call beaches, the lanes full of shops and restaurants, and yes, some lovely pistachio ice cream... On our return, we were ready for another swim. We then headed for the old city centre for dinner. It was a lovely atmosphere at night, with beautiful food yet again. It is really ************* ...

    A Day By The Sea

    A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Aug 10, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... to something or someone. It is part of something much older, something more sacred. Something that defies time, reason, and person. While we might define aspects if God's love, its reality is truly indescribable. We can only say that it is all-powerful, universal, and eternal. Nothing can prevent it, no one is exempt from it, and it never had a beginning and it will never have an end...it has always been. God's love just is...so accept it because ...

    21st Century Voting and 1st Century Ruins

    A travel blog entry by jkovacs on Aug 10, 2014

    17 photos

    ... the 2nd Century AD by Marcus Aurelius. Its diameter is 315 feet and it can hold 7000 people.

    As you may have noticed we have had some amazing meals here. We had another highlight today. We stopped for lunch at a little roadside outdoor restaurant, run by an elderly lady and her daughter-in-law. It serves only crÍpes. You get to see her make the crÍpes and cook them over an outdoor fire. Fantastic! See pictures ...

    Arriving at the coast

    A travel blog entry by jkovacs on Aug 09, 2014

    4 photos

    Another 5 hours of driving brought us to the Turkish coast and the city of Anatolya. We had to go over the Taurus Mountain range, which looks surprisingly similar to heading to Squaw - lots of rocks and fir trees. The only difference was that every now and then we would see tents with herders and their goats. Other than that, the highway was quite well built and maintained.

    Anatolya is a tourist city ...

    Sunrise, Beaches, Umbrellas and the Old Town

    A travel blog entry by marczimmer on Jul 03, 2013

    11 photos

    ... have been built by the Romans in the second century and we found ice cream just before we came to Hadrian’s Gate, built to honor the Roman emperor Hadrian in 130. According to legend the Queen of Sheba has passed through these gates. I wonder what ice cream flavor she would have chosen if she had the choice. In the old town we also came across one of my favorite art ...