Flower Hotel Pension
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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October 10, 2014 Friday
Today we left after a very poor breakfast – this hotel was the least impressive so far! Except for the great hot spa! We drove south to a town called Aphrodisia – what another great surprise this place was. It is the only site that has only been discovered by Turkish excavators. Once again it was amazing to wonder through many ruins mainly in honour of the god Aprodsia – Goddess of Love. ...
Our hotel in Fethiye (Marina Vista) is overlooking some spectacular yachts berthed in the marina, so dinner on Friday night under the moonlight and over the water lapping underneath us was wonderful. Saturday was a lazy start of 10.15am which saw 18 of the 24 of us spend the day on our own yacht. We had a choice between 50 Lira ($25AUD) to board a public boat with a capacity of 150 people, or 75 Lira ($37AUD) for our own private ...
... underneath us is Patara's theater, Hellenistic originally and in fine shape after weathering several earthquakes in antiquity. Just off from it is an out-of-place new stone structure we explore. Patara hosted the Lycian League's council gatherings in their Bouleuterion, or assembly building, now completely restored by the Turkish government to proudly showcase what they claim is the world's first representative legislative assembly. Further up the ...
... simply because it was the closest one to my hostel, but it turned out to be the one I went back to day after day - with nice boys working there who I felt sorry for due to their unco swimming ability, and there was hardly ever more than about 8 people in the place - perfect. Over the next three days, I would wake up, indulge in the free breakie at the hostel, then head down to Laymona's where I would leap in the water asap to cool down, read as I dried off, take a ...
... 100s, so even though the nights would cool off, everyone slept on the boat deck and our tiny rooms became simply storage facilities, bathrooms and changing rooms. Anything done in the room during the day would heat you up very quickly and require a dip in the cold Mediterranean shortly thereafter. The two small windows in our room were far from adequate at battling the heat which was only aggravated from our close proximity to the boat engine, ...