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I have had the privilege of travelling to 9 countries since starting my job in Kuwait. I'll be going to Turkey today, my last one for this first year. Following is a poem for each one, which I wrote in a bout of inspiration on the Balcony Walk, near Jebel Shams in Oman. I'll update this entry once Turkey is done. Bahrain Bahrain for a visa run. A …
Breakfast was so disappointing here, I love the muesli that is available in Turkey and yesterday it was on the breakfast choice but not today because they have run out! I can't toast the bread either. Feeling bothered .
After breakfast we walk to the clock tower in the old city and find the tram line to catch one to the museum. We have …
Off on another bus trip to see more of Ancient Turkey. As we arrived in Perge, Anya and I saw two tortoises on the side of the road wondering into the bush. That was exciting! We are in a big bus today and we have the front seat yeah.
Walking around Perge we find there are still closed off area as new excavation work is being carried out. …
A drive along the coast from Kas to Antalya is so beautiful. The road is windy and the view includes cliffs, mountains and forest. We were told that in the forest are bears, boars, turtles and deer. Nothing sighted by us though. Although we did see turtles yesterday on the road back from Kekova.
A road side stop for refreshments means …
We took the 10 ½ hour bus trip from Urgup (Cappadocia) to Antalya (on the Mediterranean). The bus was very smooth, with individual DVD screens on every seat, two bus conductors – one with a white business shirt and bow tie who periodically offered us drinks along the way. The road follows the old silk route across the Anatolian plain. Every …
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsMediterra Art Hotel Antalya
Great position to walk around the historic cobblestone narrow alleys.handt yto all eating places and shops. Room not huge because of style but fine, Hard bed. Breakfast at 8am and our bus tour pickup due at 8??? managed a quick bite
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