Susuzlu Atlantis Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for the winter but they opened up specially to accommodate the 7 weeks of coach tours that were booked. I believe the 5 coaches on this trip were the first to arrive. You could tell that they were not quite ready in some instances, but they all made great efforts for us. The rooms were pretty standard and comfortable. They needed heating which was done by ...
Today we traveled to the holy site of the House of Mary, otherwise known as Meryemana Evi. When we arrived at the site of the House of Mary we walked up a hill to access the quaint stone building. This building is considered to be the last house that the Virgin Mary lived in. The current chapel was built on the remaining foundation of the original House of Mary. As I walked through the house I took in the ...
Drove around Bali
Laid by pool n beers
Didn't go out due to jet lag n sunstroke
Stacked bike aka Casey
Party shirt shopping
Ben n Kirsty meet us for drinks
Pool, morning tea with josh dad, Raquel n Xmas.
Met Josh's mum n relatives
Drinks with whole ...
... together, picnicing or just enjoying the weather. We walked for a while, checked out the scene and the restaurants lining the other side of the road and then sat for some dinner. We definitely should have just gone to Cesme, as was advised to us, but at least we had some good water viewing from the restaurant . And our hotel has aircon and a comfy bed, two things that the apartment in Istanbul did not have and we were missing very much. Tomorrow it's off to the beach!
... celebration of the young and gymnastics and dedicated to the beginning of their War of Independence. The local kids are dressed up, some in native attire and others in their sports gear. Mustafa allows us to stop and run over for some quick photos.
Then we drive up the steep hill where we leave the bus to board a funicular to the top. It's an involved process that reminds me of boarding a Ferris wheel that never stops. Inside a small building, we're confronted with ...