Lims Bonadea Beach Hotel

Ataturk Bulv. No:5 , Kemer, Antalya, 07980, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ataturk Bulv. No:5 , Kemer.
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Travel Blogs from Kemer

Rest day in Ayvalik

A travel blog entry by avocaparktours on Jun 13, 2014

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... were secretly pleased we had skipped dinner the night before. spent the day relaxing in the shade, catching up on our blog, and wandering the back streets of Ayvalik. Dinner at the neighbouring restaurant was delightful, fish of course (being a friday), and a selection of meze (traditional turkish dishes). Enjoyed meeting and talking with the local fishermen, tried a sample of fresh cooked mussels, Ken not so keen on the spicy addition to the mussels but Tim and I loved it.
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Off to see the ANZACS

A travel blog entry by thehoppies on Jun 10, 2014

... way to Gallipoli. Visited Lone Pine, Chunik Bair, and Anzac cove, it's all very sobering, some who died were only as young as 17yrs old and lied about there identity so they could go to war. It would have been nice to spend a bit more time their but we have to be down at Kas in two days. It has been long long day.
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Pergamon great, Troy disappointing

A travel blog entry by douglasmad815 on May 24, 2014

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Today we visited Pergamon, an ancient city with a magnificent Acropolis where I the library is located. It is said that parchement from animals skins he were developed here in response to the library of Alexandria stopping exports of papyrus. The Acropolis has the remains of a temple to Trajian and a very steep large capacity theater, and a grand view of the valley with the modern city and fertile lands. The remains of ...

Pax Romana

A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Sep 14, 2013

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... Pergamum's was built in the 3rd century B C. and it could hold approximately 10,000 people!

Unbelievable. The theater ruins, perched on this hillside, show the difference in how the Roman's constructed as opposed to the Greeks. You can see from my picture that this is built right into the hillside.

Ruined!

A travel blog entry by wallsy on Jul 02, 2012

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... as many as I could carry. After strolling through there we headed uphill to the Acropolis, which also had a whole bunch of cool, old stuff lying about. That's all I can tell ya...

We ran into a couple of Canadians we'd met at Gallipoli, busted the cards out, a few of cleansing ales, that was all she wrote. In my midnight wisdom I also offered them a lift to Pamukkale, where we were heading next. Four up in Blanche with bags... should be interesting.
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