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 ...
This morning we walked down to the Port area with stunning views over the water to snow capped mountains from the Taurus range.
Lots of locals and tourists around as it was a lovely sunny day. Heaps of cafés and restaurants. We walked around the water for a while and sat in the sun.
Antalya is a lovely city - very laid back and a nice vibe about it. The sun helps!
... 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 ...
... Once called Belkis, Aspendos was founded by the Hittites, but it was Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius (161-180 AD) who ordered its great theatre to be built. The theatre is still used for performances today, the theatre enables you to imagine what it was like to attend a dramatic performance in Roman times. Other visitors to Aspendos Theatre were fortunate to hear our rendition of 'We are one' which sounded beautiful in the amphitheatre. Lunch was on a river bank ...