Mithat Motel

Address: Cavuskoy 15, Adrasan, Turkish Mediterranean Coast, Turkey | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Cavuskoy 15, Adrasan, is near Hadrian's Gate, Chimaera, Antalya Bazaar, and Olympos Ruins.
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    Travel Blogs from Adrasan

    Flaming rocks and steamy air

    A travel blog entry by 2buckleys on Jul 30, 2015

    5 photos

    ... my wish for making a better world is to have dedicated smoking spots everywhere and a cigarette butt that sticks to the smoker so they cannot drop their "stompies" to spoil the countryside for the rest of us to see.
    There were not as many flames as I had expected. Some of the chimneys were smoke tinged but not flaming. Perhaps they hadn't paid their gas bill?

    It was fun watching the assortment of people who ...

    Brilliant Calm and Passion Flames

    A travel blog entry by kirstenelise on Jul 21, 2015

    11 photos

    Cirali is a teeny tiny one gravelly road town down in a jungly area near the sea. There is a long pebble beach with the most pristine water that I won't even describe bercause you'd suffer a jealousy aneurism.  To get here, you need to take a mini bus (I found a single seat, so no man problems this time!) to a place on the side of the road where a dolmus (a small local bus) sits waiting for enough people for it to be worth the drive down the hill ...

    May Saint Nicholas Hold Your Tiller

    A travel blog entry by brookskeith on Apr 11, 2013

    5 photos

    ... Alexander and Hadrian visited here, Alexander to touch Phaselis' greatest artifact, the broken lance of the fabled Greek warrior Achilles, his personal hero. Evidently Alexander after a wine-filled dinner threw cups at the statue of Phaselis' local philosopher Theodectes, which reveals Alex didn't play well with the philosophers on the playground, or perhaps he attended a Jesuit High School. I understand that kind of feeling. Phaselis' ruined ...

    Sunken city and swim after night in teeny town

    A travel blog entry by ltalsky on Apr 29, 2012

    11 photos

    ... still private, with our own guide/driver. We were like, ok... if you insist. So out we went. Docked first at the apparent site of the underwater tombs, which our guidebook and the locals spoke very highly of. Um...it was exactly 1 tomb...made of stone...sticking out of shallow water. I found it much more entertaining to watch the mating mallard ducks floating by as our driver finished up his ...

    The American Family Andersons

    A travel blog entry by brenandstina on May 29, 2010

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... falling to our right was not the most calming sound that came from the ridge to the right of our gazing at cone island; there was no reason for my rock climbing instinct of fear at the sound of the rocks falling, it was only a heard of goats walking on a trail a few hundred feet away. This adventure ended with a quick swim in the sea, a hearty turkish stew, a hot cup of tea, and america "football" beating turkey ...