Margarita Otel

Address: Deniz Mh., Adrasan, Turkish Mediterranean Coast, Turkey | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Deniz Mh., Adrasan, is near Hadrian's Gate, Chimaera, Antalya Bazaar, and Olympos Ruins.
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      Travel Blogs from Adrasan

      Cops, Drunks and Bullets

      A travel blog entry by dave.coleman on Sep 29, 2014

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      Another quiet day. Charly and I have a short rideout in the mountains around Kemer but K-H is unwell and so stays at home.



      We stop and take a table at a shady cafe. There seems to be quite a lot of Jandarma (country police) around. In fact, an awful lot, mostly toting evil looking machine guns. It turns out it is the local cop shop so we don't get our cay, but we do get a lot of smiles ...

      Have you met Tim and Rachel?

      A travel blog entry by forksontheroad on Sep 21, 2014

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      ... trip, they met again about a year ago. Rachel noticed that Tim was "all grown up". Sparks, fireworks, yadda-yadda-yadda, and they decided to start a long distance relationship.

      One year later, they are travelling the world for about 8 months. And after that? That’s the big question. You could write a romantic comedy about this stuff.




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      May Saint Nicholas Hold Your Tiller

      A travel blog entry by brookskeith on Apr 11, 2013

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      ... the little gift shop was more uplifting where the two young Turkish ladies wanted to practice their English. When they finally understood that I was traveling on a grant and where I was headed from here, they blushed and asked if I could take them with me. I laughed and politely declined. I don't think Paul would have approved of distractions, and now that I think about it, neither would any of you! Finally, Myra itself. The town is buried under ...

      Apple shisha in a treehouse

      A travel blog entry by jsnicka on Sep 03, 2010

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      ... but I did take a walk down to the beach and had a quick swim in the Mediterranean. After dinner I decided to go up into the mountains and check out the chimaera. This is a naturally occurring phenomenon where eternal flames sprout right out of the mountainside. It was a nice climb to get up there and the stars and flames were both really nice. It took quite some time to get down and when we arrived back in Olympos everyone from ...

      Married to the Sea

      A travel blog entry by jimmyandkristen on Jun 24, 2009

      ... was an Aussie, because it assumed that Islam was the root of Iran's problems. What about the problems created within any oligarchy or dictatorship? And to what degree are those problems ignored by those on the side of those in power, such that even the most brutal and repressive of regimes will always have power. The beloved Attaturk ut in lace a republic in which it is illegal to criticize the government and illegal to even mention the G word--genocide--that occured during World War I ...