Nazar Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... who was responsible for the exchange students) Volkan who speaks perfect English because he went on an exchange to the US and currently goes to university in the US. We then grouped up and the 6 of us got into our bus and were on the road from Ankara to Antalya. We were to be on a bus for over 12 hours so we all had a good yarn to each other along the way, some sleep obviously mixed in there.
Thursday 21st of May 2015:
We got to the bus station in Antalya safely ...
... on the main highway. But being Turkey with its excellent network of public transport we did not have long to wait before our shuttle bus arrived from Cirali. We had 2 lovely nights in Cirali, a gorgeous little seaside place with all the accommodation places and eating places set under shady trees.And here we enjoyed our first swim in the Mediterranean Sea! Ah that warm turquoise water with no waves was just fantastic!! How i wished i had had a lilo to just float for ...
... displays from the second century...statues of Zeus, Hercules, Apollo, Athena...all my favourites from mythology. May 8: Another bonus was the Antalya Yoruk Festivali that just happened to start today...I just love tribal events! Ended the day with dinner by the sea as a celebration of our 33rd wedding anniversary...time flies when you are having ...
Today was designed to be a vacation from touring, a day to do whatever you wanted. So I took an early morning walk to the ATM, grocery, and Gloria Jeans; two-hour boat ride; leisurely lunch and dinner in an outdoor cafe; afternoon walk past shops; and sat in the pension garden. The Mediterranean truly is turquoise in color here, the breezes soft, very ...
Breakfast at our hotel was fabulous... everything Turkish plus French toast and omelets. Leaving Konya we headed to the highway which took us through the Taurus Mountains -- very, very steep, many switchbacks close together, 7000 feet at the top with still some snow. After a couple of hours driving uphill, we stopped at Tinaztepe Caves which are uphill from a trout farm and restaurant. Some of the group hiked into the first part of the cave; the rest of us sat in ...