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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... stunning coves and turquoise waters, up into the hills and pine plantations, through local villages and then back to the coast at Fethiye.
Staying at a hotel above the yacht marina and port which is huge and has some incredibly expensive and enormous yachts and motor launches, a lot of which are covered for winter. The population is about 80,000, and it's a big tourist spot for British people apparently, and obviously a prosperous and modern city.
... time in my life.
The bus system is easy to navigate paying a few lira to get downtown, a bustling area of of shopping and nightlife. I did the five island tour which was beautiful but I would have much rather taken a day trip to Rhodes Island. However, swimming in the dead sea (Oludeniz) and paragliding have to be one of my best experiences in Fethiye.
... frustrating and a bit scary. All my contacts in gmail, personal info backed up into google docs for my travels, my pix stored in picasa...and no access to any of it. Wow. Please help if possible...I have seen the face of big brother and it is extremely unsettling mes ami...
In the meanwhile I am chilling in Ölüdeniz, Turkey on the Aegean Sea...touristy but pretty beach resort town. ...
... such a cruise a few years back and enjoyed himself so much that he wanted to go back for another tour. After visiting a number of travel agencies looking for the best deal (everything is negotiable,) we booked a 4 day cruise leaving the following morning for 250 Turkish Lira each (about $170CAD), pretty good considering that includes all meals.
Meeting your fellow shipmates is always a bit of a nervous moment as it's really the people that make or break a good ...
... butterfly valleys, and the most famous stretch of beach in all of Turkey! But the pouring rain put a quick end to that and instead we ended up eating my 'bike'made olives from Greece under the overhang of a rock.
I was also able to go around and finally bought a warm sweater! I've been looking for one for quite awhile. Silly me, I didn't pack one at the start of the trip. I ...