Hotel Febeach Side

Kumkoy Sahil Cad No 3, Side, Antalya, Turkey | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Side

Olympos...Palm trees...and ruins

A travel blog entry by leela.devere

My first impression is: Resort towns abound...almost feels like driving down any blvd in southern Florida...well not quite...we still pass the occasional Mosque with their minarets reaching for the heavens. And there are all the solar water heaters on top of EVERY ...

So...leaving Konya...the calm Turkish city.

A travel blog entry by leela.devere

We liked Konya as far as a big..not Hugh...but big Turkish city goes...THIS one did not have that chaotic feel to it. I made the mistake of thinking the Dervishes were whirling nightly. NOT. Darn! I am very saddened that I will miss the Dervish here. I guess this just means it will always be calling me back. In spite of the inland pervasive pollution...I do love this country. I am slowly getting a better understanding of it and it's people. I ...

From Antalya, resort on the Mediterranean

A travel blog entry by jwbea

4

... Magnificent Mosque, the Cistern, the Grand Bazaar, the Spice Bazaar, and every imaginable nationality. Istanbul to Gallipolli ( now called Gerobuli) - driving along the waterways that connect the Black Sea and the Mediterreanean, the Bosporus Straits, the Sea of Marmara, and the Dardanelles Strait. Gallipolli was the site of one of the most terrible battles of WWI. Canakkale to Izmir - Canakkale is a university town on the Dardanelles. Has a lovely ...

Turkey

A travel blog entry by aannakloth

... for the bus to pick us up and drive us to the hotel. After and hours trip, the bus finally dropped us of at the hotel. The time was then 9am so we hurried to check in so that we could have something to eat before the breakfast buffet closed.

After the breakfast we went to the pool and ...

A Little Side Note

A travel blog entry by josiah.chin

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... tourist town known for its beaches, the vast majority of tourists are non-American. The most common nationalities by far are German and Australian (also applies to most of Turkey).

The first ruin was the large amphitheater across the street from the pansiyon. We have seen at least eight amphitheaters, and while they do share many similarities, this amphitheater stood out in a new way. All the other theaters were conveniently located ...

Location

This hotel, located on Kumkoy Sahil Cad No 3, Side, is near Greek Amphitheater, Side Museum, Kekova Sound, and Clock Tower.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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