Magic Tulip Beach Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMagic Tulip Beach Hotel Oludeniz
Até que não pudemos reclamar, como chegamos no finalzinho da temporada (lá eles fecham tudo no inverno) conseguimos ficar nesse hotel 3 estrelas a 50m da praia com piscina, frigobar e tudo por U$50 para as duas na primeira noite e na segunda noite choramos um pouco e ainda caiu para U$45.
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Today is our last day at this fantastic resort. Our shuttle to the airport is only at 19:30, so we spent the last of our time here soaking in the sun at the beach( our favourite spot, no kids allowed). Soak up the sun we did, I think I went 3 or 4 shades darker. Time to make our way back and spend our last night in Istanbul, then our journey home ...
... a little nap, and we can safely say that they are well suited for this function. We also tried our hand at some more snorkeling, the water was a lot clearer today due to it being more calm than yesterday. A large variety of fish were witnessed, even an eel couldn't go undetected from the watchful eye of the novice diver! ...
Nice ride here. Once again beautiful coastal scenery. Stopped on the way at Kaz, a picturesque town on the coast, to have a look around and start getting a taste of "tourist" towns that are the norm on this coast of Turkey.
And here in Olu Deniz we are right into that. Gone are the Turkish restaurants ( well not all )and in vogue are restaurants advertising things like "full English breakfast", "roast beef and yorkshire pudding" and of course ...
... The next morning we were meant to head off on a boat trip to Butterfly Valley but Mick was feeling so crook that he didn’t even eat his fry-up! He went back to bed while the group headed out and I had a nice relaxing morning catching up on some Glee episodes. When he finally managed to stand upright, we headed into town for lunch and that pretty much su med up our day. Sleep, relaxation and food. The cook-up that night was an ...
... We were a bit curious as to why a group of Polish guests
headed in just before us all donned their bathing suits in the
changing room, but we thought they were foolish mistaken first time
bathers, self-conscious, and/or just being modest. (Little did we
know...) We shrugged off our curiosity, undressed completely and
sauntered--in nothing but our towels--into the bath, thinking we were
real natural pros. Scanning the rest of the ...