Royal Garden Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... out. Instead we strolled along the sea-front where there were many ships waiting to take people out but as there weren’t many people most were in the harbour. We also walked through the shops and it became clear that this is a town which caters normally for the cheap holiday resort types, so every other shop was selling cheap T-shirts and bags etc. We bought Turkish Delight which I adore and is usually pricey in the UK. The morning ended with the mandatory beer ...
... with a few locals and tourist. The sea was very flat and I swam out about 50 metres. I wish I had my googles as the water was so clear.
We had a lovely evening biking about 1 km to the evening craft market and then to a nice Turkish restaurant to enjoy our last evening together in Kestel. The evening was still warm when we biked back and now to pack for an early start ...
Rode our bikes to the Market. It was huge with local produce, fruit and vegetables clothing carpets and toys! Back on the bikes with a few items to enjoy a Turkish meal with chicken cut off the Later another swim in the sea just before sunset. After dinner at the apartment there was a bit of rain thunder and lightening. The first rain we have seen in the 2 weeks ...
An amazing place with the Roman theatre and remains around the old city! Then there was the lovely view from the lunch table and plenty of tourist shops in the old town. I enjoyed a swim back at Kestel beach in the warm ocean just before sunset. Not many people around so nice and ...
Another lovely sunny day with a few clouds but still temperature in mid twenties. We were driven to the top where the remain of the castle is, then a walk down with wonderful views of the the sea, pirate ships and the city of Alanya and the coast east and west. We also looked around a few shops and tried to get free wifi at a cafe and ice cream shop to download photos for my Travel Blog. Wifi was not so successful but the ice cream was very ...