Akropol Hotel Alanya

Kestel Kasabasi, Alanya, Antalya, 07400, Turkey | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Kestel Kasabasi, Alanya, is near Cleopatra Beach, The harbor, Damlatas Caves, and Alanya Gardens.
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Travel Blogs from Alanya

But it was a grind....

A travel blog entry by jcontheroad on Jul 24, 2014

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Left Cyprus yesterday on the overnight ferry to Turkey. Managed to cross into the occupied bit of Cyprus without clearing Greek immigration & customs....I blame the satnav!! best i don't go back for a while.....

The ferry was nasty, it's a freight ferry mainly so no cabins, and it was full, loads of kids running around so no sleep, no shower...
I'm in Alanya tonight, I managed 157 miles today, it took 6 ...

Farewell to Turkey

A travel blog entry by tayclark on Jul 10, 2014

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... how are you: nacilsin - good & very good: ee and chok ee - how much: nek ah dah - 1,2,3: bier, icky, ouch - you: sen - kebab: kebap - Ramadan: ramazan - more work, less talk: as lahf chok ish - beautiful: gazelle - yes/no: evett/hyur - stop: der - see you later: gooery shoo rouz - small/big: cochook/boyuk - water: su - ...

Locomotion in Lamos

A travel blog entry by tayclark on Jul 08, 2014

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... found out we would have to trek it further in land through the trees, prickly bushes and insect covered paths which I say very lightly as they were just loose dirt and scattered rocks which I managed to trip on about every 5 minutes. When we eventually reached the sights it was worth the trek. We could see out over the whole of gazipasa, the huge mountains and fields below us. As we continued on we found ...

Alanya, is this real life?

A travel blog entry by tayclark on Jul 06, 2014

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... me of Bali, millions of shops all selling the same thing, you either had clothes, shoes or knick knacks. Plenty of negotiating and deals to be had. We found some goodies, filled our bags and with a quick stop off for a kebab we were on our way back to gazipasa. Overall, the experience was unreal. I would never have thought to find this in such a conservative, traditional country, nonetheless it was great ...

A Turkish delight

A travel blog entry by tayclark on Jul 03, 2014

... This gave me a great insight into Istanbul as a city cursing along seeing more mosques, restaurants, houses, nightclubs, the tension bridge which joins Asia to europe. Because it's ramazan the call to prayer can be heard from just about anywhere in turkey when the time comes. My second day we went to see the topaki place which was awesome! Looked like the front of an actual palace or the wall dividing the Wildlings from the rest ...