- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... tombs. And scattered throughout town are several tombs. They're huge and look like large coffins or sarcophogi on top of square cut rocks. Many of them are carved to look like they're supported by wood beams, but they're all rock-cut. Most are from the 3rd to 4th century BCE. There's even one in the middle of an intersection in town. They just made it a mini roundabout.
For us, Fethiye was all about chilling out. It's been 4 ...
... all worthwhile. The continuous day of hitting a different club every night and tanning on sun beds during the day was perfect.
Although this holiday ended badly with almost all of our friendships falling apart, I do not regret the trip or the friendships. I had the best month in Turkey and would recommend Hisaronu/Fethiye to ...
... chips". And the place is crawling with Brits on package holidays and many who have retired here. But its nice. Nice beach and a nice shopping area although the majority of places are bars and restaurants or tour and activity places - snorkelling, para gliding, boat trips etc etc. And I have been guilty of availing myself to a full English breakfast. It included bacon too even though this is very much a Muslim country. But this place is so English ...
... of jacket potatoes, chicken, coleslaw, aubergine, capsicum and salad. Mick had another sheesha sesh and then it was time for bed.
Oludeniz was quite a pretty town but we were here in the off season. This meant most places were closed and it definitely had the feel of a ghost town. I am glad we weren’t here during peak season as we heard it’s just over run with loud drunk tourists. Otherwise, it’s a delightful place to ...
... of the coolest things I've done so far.
That night we made it into Fethiye, another beautiful small town on the Aegean coast. Our group went to the local fish market, where you can buy your own fresh fish and then get a restaurant to cook it for real cheap. An Aussie and South African couple who are fish connoisseurs helped me pick mine. The only bad thing about the meal was that I tried Turkish coffee, which tasted like chunky motor oil. After the ...