Minyon Town House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMinyon Town House Antalya
Very pretty hotel in an excellent location which unfortunately was very difficult to find. The GPS finally gave up but we were able to ask directions. Very narrow streets with sharp corners but there was parking when we got there. It was easy walking to the harbour, parks, historical structures. And shopping. Staff were very helpful but the wifi was intermittent.
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We decided to have an easy day today. Enjoyable breakfast in the hotel garden and then a walk around in the old city and nearby shopping area before it got too hot. We met another couple at the hotel from Germany who also had trouble finding the hotel's location. They ended up hiring a taxi to lead them to the hotel. Getting out tomorrow may be …
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On the way back down we ride through a narrow ravine. There is an old stone arched bridge and another strange restaurant built out over the ravine stream supported on very fragile looking poles.
Another trip down to the wifi cafe for cappuccino rounds out the day. Tomorrow we head north back towards Greece.
... potatoes and mushrooms stuffed with cheese.
The road up to the Rivera Restaurant is appalling. It snakes up the mountain, all hairpins, ruts and loose gravel. It is not much fun going back down in the dark but we make it.
And so ends another day in Turkey.
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Unfortunately the street is not in my navi ( hence the earlier confusion) but it is ...