Antalya Adonis Hotel
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... chicken). It is quite a small area and easy to walk around with heaps of really charming streets and cul de sacs. It's mostly full of restaurants and shops aimed at fleecing the tourist, but for all that is a lovely place to spend a few hours. The old town slopes down to the waters edge where there is a really attractive marina. Today the water was clear and blue, like it was summer, and the distant ...
... pickled cabbage and pickled green chillies with some raw white onion. It might sound a bit weird but it was perfect! We arrived in Antalya late afternoon and headed straight away to see the Duden Waterfalls - quite a spectacular amount of water flowing through the centre of the city. We have a free day to explore Antalya tomorrow which will be nice. We might have a lazy start to the day after a few early ...
... past a hairdressers with two young guy hairdressers doing girls hair, so I asked if they could give me a shampoo and cut. Lots of hand actions as they had no English. It's 10 weeks since I had a haircut in Florence!
I went back an hour later and the other guy who had no English either, was going to do my hair. I managed to convey to him I wanted a shampoo and cut. Again lots ...
... pine trees and David said it could have been New Zealand! We looked down into a valley with hillsides of terracing. The roads were windy and steep but in good condition. We reached the top of the range and descended to the coast where the temperature was a sunny 19 degrees. We went from having the bus heating on, to air conditioning!
An interesting bus trip with lots of Turkish music. The ...
... That's why it became an important city for the Christians during Byzantine period.The first excavations began in 1946 by the Istanbul University, and they resulted in many important discoveries. A theatre exists there, consisting of three main sections: the seating, orchestra and stage. It held 12,000 spectators, with 19 rows of seats on the lower section, 23 on the top section, and a 52-metre stage.The stadium measures 34 square metres, with 13 rows of seats on top ...