Kleopatra Royal Palm Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- TV Channel One Russia
- Non-smoking rooms
- Russian TV Channels Available
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... if you don't stop them the food keeps coming as your wallet gets emptier, we said no to the feast offered but as the rain intensified so too did the food on our table. Then came the thunder, lightning, torrential rain, hail and wind and the shelter began to fail us. Too inclement to move and with half our lunch still untouched R&G sought shelter under the adjoining umbrella and we stuck it out til we were full and ...
... America would charge for just a bed.
Many of our group then went out to the clubs. Alanya is a huge vacation spot for Eastern Europeans and as such many of the rules of dress and composure don't exist there in the manner that they exist in the rest of Turkey. However, I being the boring person that I am took a shower and went straight to bed. The next morning after a lovely breakfast on the poolside patio we headed to the beach. The water was a ...
It's raining, but at least the rain's warm! Before it started we walked around a bit and realised that the hotel isn't in Antalya at all, it's on the coast where the road turns inland to go over the mountains to Cappadocia, a place called Alara and in fact is over half way to Alanya, which is where we stayed when we first came to Turkey some 40 years ago. I think it's changed a ...
Barely hit the ground and it's been amazing. Yesterday went to Alayna and visited an 11th Century castle on a high rocky area surrounded on 3 sides by the Mediterranean Sea. Pretty cool. Fellowship with my friends has been the best. Some great convos just being together. Living life as it is. Hearing stories about living in a foreign land. Listening to dreams and just hanging out. Simply ...
Another relaxing day in Kestel. Mies and I walked up to the base of the mountain range, where they grow bananas and olives.
Along the way we meet a few of the friendly locals working in the fields harvesting peanuts, and other interesting crops which they wanted us to sample and even given peanut plants complete with the nuts to take with us!
I went for another swim in the ...