Palmariva Club Kaplan Tekirova

Cumayeri Mah. Sehit Er Hasan Yilmaz Cad, Tekirova, Antalya, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Cumayeri Mah. Sehit Er Hasan Yilmaz Cad, Tekirova.
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    Travel Blogs from Tekirova

    Rest day in Ayvalik

    A travel blog entry by avocaparktours on Jun 13, 2014

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    a well earned rest day in Ayvalik (pronounced "can<i've-a-lick>-of-your-ice-cre am"). The Beyaz Yali Hotel is a delightful greek style house right on the waterfront, overlooking the bay of Ayvalik complete with jetty for diving off and swimming. a real treat, and the staff here have bent over backwards to make us feel welcome and looked after. Breakfast was slightly delayed while photos were being taking of the beautiful arrangement for their website. we feasted like ...

    Off to see the ANZACS

    A travel blog entry by thehoppies on Jun 10, 2014

    Picked Bob and Janice up this morning, got the van storted and we were off, well, when you have Bob driving after a 11 hour flight, Lyall doing the navigation with ipad, Vaughan in the back offering advice plus road works you can just imagine what it was like, yes we went off the radar a couple of times but we were ...

    Pax Romana

    A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Sep 14, 2013

    22 photos

    ... t have the construction skills of the later Romans.

    Here are some photos of the Roman arches supporting Pergamum. I'm totally fascinated by this stuff!


    The walls of Pergamum encircled the hilltop ...

    Turkey is Awesome

    A travel blog entry by ireneinmexico on Jul 06, 2013

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    ... to see the UNESCO World Heritage site of Aphrodisias, named after the Greek goddess of Love, Aphrodite. This area is known as having the most well preserved Stadium and Grand Theatre. Amazing, especially for the students who have never seen anything old!

    We also stopped at the newly discovered site of Laodicea, built by Antiochus II Theo in 261-253 B.C. in honor of his wife Laodicea. This great Roman city had a stadium, ...

    Well a big horse is something.

    A travel blog entry by scruffy.alex on Jul 02, 2012

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    ... ruins of the city of Pergamum scattered around it. First on the cards was the Asclepion, i.e. the Roman's equivalent of a kick **** medical centre. Having only Troy and its brilliant horse as a comparison, these runs were far more impressive (granted anything more then just a pile of old rocks would have been more impressive). From what remained you could get a good impression of how the structures would have worked with a central 'holy spring' flowing out into ...