Palm Wings Beach Resort
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- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Palm Wings Beach Resort Didim
Travel Blogs from Didim
... of the basilica and given the name Jesus in Islam. Back to the ship just after 6, quick change and supper before heading out for the Azamazing Evening. It was amazing, an evening classical concert on the site at the Odeon Theatre. It was a truly awesome experience. The captain whose family of three young boys are on board left before it started and could be seen just outside the concert walking back and forth with his youngest in the stroller to get him to sleep. This was a great ...
... afterwards.We then went to look at more history, we saw lots of relics from the Hellenistic period, it was amazing to be looking at such history. We went to see the Church of St George, the boys school, this was one of the few buildings to survive the earthquake on 23rd April 1933, the building of the boys school was destroyed. We went to see the Cathedral of Kos in the Metropolis square, Daniel went to see if we could go in unfortunately this wasn't possible. ...
... but lots of fun. After the ride, we headed back to our hotel for lunch by the pool and a relax on those amazing day beds. We headed into Bodrum a bit earlier tonight to make sure we were in time to watch the sunset. It was so beautiful against all of the boats in the Marina. We had promised the kids time to shop, but they were first much more keen toy play on the outdoor gym equipment! So we spent an hour at that ...
... Charley has chosen to be in a single bed in the other part of our room. Everyone is happy and (predictably) the kids's room is already a bomb site. This morning we all woke late - 9.30 - to a stunningly, sunny days with a strong wind but blue skies. Bodrum suddenly looked absolutely stunning and quite different to yesterday (amazing what a good night's sleep will do!) I still feel very stuffed up and a bit wooly headed, but already so much more human than ...
... Two very tall columns with a pediment still remain defiantly erect, enduring repeated earthquakes and earth-shifting with the ever-present Meander River once dangerously nearby. They built earthern ramps (an old pharonic trick that Herodian engineers also employed in Jerusalem) to place the segmented marble columns up in place, and then carve the fluting into them so distinctive to graceful Hellenistic architecture. The columns, walls, ...