- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... That was fun watching the Packers kick some ass.
Other than lounging, we just went for several walks along the harbor to admire all of the wooden gulets. I was here before in 2000 and remember taking one of the best tours of my life on a gulet. For $15 or so, I took an all day tour that included lunch and we cruised up and down the coast and went swimming over a heat vent in crystal clear water, cruised over a sunken ...
... lamps and a couple of stalls with hand-painted mezze dishes and coasters. I treated myself to some of the latter for my university room! It was a shame these lovely stalls were almost masked by the other more garish, enthusiastic street vendors. As we reached the end of the market we got to the best part - food! The hustle and bustle of tourists in the previous part of the market seemed to disappear and we found ourselves amongst the local ...
17 years old and travelling 2000 miles away from home to a country I didn't know with 3 of my best friends (at the time) for the duration of just under a month. This was just the start of my journey.
By 17 years old, I had already moved to London from my home town in Scotland by myself. I had visited London a lot and loved the ...
... my Motorbike and caught the bus from Fethiye main drag to Hisaronu, 1.50 lira.
If you know the area well try and get off just before the roundabout near the top of Hisaronu town centre. If not get off here and head back up the hill. take the 2nd right and you will see a sign for the "green anatolia hotel". Follow this and it will take you up a relitively steep hill over a crossroads still on a hill and then the hotel is signposted to the right. ...
... receiving a great recommendation for a restaurant from the barber, we had dinner and retired to a cafe for cappuccinos and Turkish apple tea.
Interesting facts about Turkey that we have learnt over the last few days:
- The locals love to give you tea. If you stop at the servo, you’ll get tea. If you pick up some groceries at the supermarket, you’ll also get tea. We even stopped at a market stall that sold nothing but spices and we were given ...