Palm Wings Beach Resort
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- TV Other Russia
- Smoking rooms available
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... shaped bays & is an icon of the modern town. Disembarking we walked the promenade overlooking the bay, this is a popular and beautiful seaside resort town, the lounge chairs sectioned off by individual hotels, cafes, shopping strips. Stopped off to have a rest, coffee & wifi which enabled us to send off photos & messages, I'm still learning sending by ...
Today was spent in Bodrum, a beautiful little seaside village which would be a holiday destination for the Turks. The money invested in yachts in this area is mind blowing. We headed along the promenade towards Castle of St Peter, the most prominent feature of Bodrum. We thought the walk would have been too far for us, however when you stroll along and check out the shops on the way the distance doesn't seem too bad. Jeanette and I bought ourselves a red leather bag each ...
We arrived at the bus station and only had a short walk to our hotel in beautiful downtown Bodrum. The yachts here look bigger and better than our previous destinations...so much money concentrated in one small harbour! This is an upmarket tourist town, but the location, castle, marina, beaches and outlying villages make it very attractive to European holidaymakers. ...
... stuffed with various vegetables and meats. You can see the picture below. We saw the ruins of the Basilica of Saint John's from the 16 century. Later that night we went shopping in town and purchased A genuine handmade Turkish rug. Another busy ...
... years on average as the Mediterrannean Sea recedes; the nearby island of Lade, where the Persian fleet destroyed the Ionian Navy in 494 B.C., is now a hill in flat farmland several miles from the Med's current coastline!
Didyma is to the south, connected to the major Ionian city of Miletus with a sacred road. This road facilitated pilgrims coming to the Didymaion, roughly translated from Greek by me as "the absolutely ...