Flower Hotel Pension
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... stunning coves and turquoise waters, up into the hills and pine plantations, through local villages and then back to the coast at Fethiye.
Staying at a hotel above the yacht marina and port which is huge and has some incredibly expensive and enormous yachts and motor launches, a lot of which are covered for winter. The population is about 80,000, and it's a big tourist spot for British people apparently, and obviously a prosperous and modern city.
There is a beautiful Amphitheatre next door to our hotel called Antiphellos. It was built of local limestone in the 1st century BCE, but was destroyed by an earthquake and rebuilt in the 2nd Century AD. It has 26 steps and faces the water. The only living things there today were two lovely billy goats basking in the sun. They were very curious!
We walked around the coast for a few kilometres past a ...
... 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 ...
... During our snorkelling at Kaş bay Philippe found a small shark, sleeping on the bottom and covered in sand. Took a while for myself to spot it, Sean saw it and upon declaring it was ‘much bigger than a metre’ took off back to the boat. I did likewise after I’d had a decent look at it, kept checking back to make sure it was still there!! Went back for a second look with Matthieu and Yannick, it was still there. ...
... 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, ...