Kybele Hotel - Adrasan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... slaying a fearsome beast to redeem the hero's honour,
- a belief that they are the fires that lit the first Olympic torch - after all, Mount Olympos is just up the road (The Greeks dispute that one)
- to the scientific explanation of gases escaping from metamorphic rock.
Whichever way you look at it, the fact that the fires have burnt for eons is "magic" and we're lucky to have seen it before the gas runs out.
Cirali is a teeny tiny one gravelly road town down in a jungly area near the sea. There is a long pebble beach with the most pristine water that I won't even describe bercause you'd suffer a jealousy aneurism. To get here, you need to take a mini bus (I found a single seat, so no man problems this time!) to a place on the side of the road where a dolmus (a small local bus) sits waiting for enough people for it to be worth the drive down the hill ...
... t refer to the the long stretches of sand we are used to, rather stones and pebbles!).
Spent our 2 days here relaxing on the cushions under the shade at Bayrams and swimming at the beach. A nice reprieve! The people were friendly, the free dinners delicious and the surroundings beautiful.
Our one visit was to the Chimerea, a cluster of flames that blaze spontaneously from crevices on the rocky slopes of Mt Olympos. Travelling by ...
... was hard enough over the very uneven rocky path. (Not much in the way of a decent photo though!) Today we wandered through the ruins of Olympos...one of many sites that go by the name! It was fabulous, close to the beach and a stream...the ruins were scattered through thick forest and in many places overgrown. Cirali is a small coastal town, but it has it's fair share of pensions, hotels and cafes. Lots of families wandering about...a great place to relax for a few ...
Since leaving Cappadocia we have made it to the Turkish coast and spent 3 nights in Antalya and will have our third night here in Olympos tonight. To Antalya it was a long bus ride (~9 hours) with a tram station available to get into town from the bus station - easy in the light but not so when the bus is late (though that isn't unexpected).
In Antalya we stayed in the Old Town which is quite a nice place with good food ...