Suzer Paradise Hotel
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... to complete. The manager did his best to sell us all a carpet, but the price tag for meagre ANZAC pilgrims was unrealistic, despite us all having a better understanding of the justification for such a cost. The final stop for the day was the Temple of Artemis. Once an expansive building, all that remain today was one column, haphazardly reerected using odd pieces of columns, placed without consideration for the need to have wider pieces at the bottom and narrower pieces on the ...
Museum was ok but a lot of it was in Greek so no real idea what I was looking at, it killed an hour though.
There are some pics of random stone stuff to help you understand!
Then loafed around the pool.
... This means that the rich musical culture of Islam was passed down through an oral tradition for centuries.
... Yusuf. And it is a very nice place but we are all complaining about the smell of smoke in the rooms, no chance of changing though, it's not a non-smoking hotel. We all had a good dinner, a buffet and a good variety, we're getting to know the others a bit better now. After dinner about a dozen joined Yusef and we all went to the seaside, had a couple of drinks and some tried the local delicacy of mussels stuffed with rice, served with a squeeze of lemon. It was a nice end to the ...
We woke up and had the breakfast included in our stay- a delicious spread of the kahvalti we've had before- slices of cucumbers and tomatoes, breads, olives, various cheeses, hard boiled eggs, different jams, Nutella, yogurt, honey...a Great way to start the day! We hopped on the dolmuş - what the mini busses all around turkey are called- and headed to the beach that everyone recommended - Altinkum.