Tonoz Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The day started of well with a nice ride out of town and on to the dual carriageway where I was soon confronted with a large cloud of dust in front of me. The cars in front all slowed down and as the dust started to settle I could see a had had an accident and had hit the carriageway barrier. As I could see the driver was ok and 3 other cars had stop to help I dint think there was a lot more I could do to help. As I was driving past nice ...
... one of the most unusual things I had recently seen.
The town of Pamukkale was reasonably low key, so we ate kebabs in the courtyard of a faded, yet highly rated restaurant and prepared to scale the cliffs. At the entrance it became apparent that we had to go shoe-less when walking on the calcium itself and that I had unluckily worn tights. No matter, it was a pleasant climb to spectacular views and a quiet, worn down, touristy summit. The damage ...
... Technically, Antioch resides a little north of Pisidia in the region of Phrygia and was known as Antioch of Phrygia as well. However, when the Romans conquered Asia Minor in 25 B.C., the area was renamed Galatia. And so, Antioch would come to be known as Antioch of Galatia during the Roman period too.
Antioch of Pisidia has its beginnings in the first half of the 3rd century B.C. during the start of the Seleucid Empire under the reign of either Seleucus I Nicator ...
... from GB who was traveling around Turkey for 3 weeks. Their son teaches English near Goreme. They'll be visiting him.
April 11, 2014
Time to do the Taxes
Egirdir - 0 Km
Charly's Pension, 100TL per night
The Income Tax deadline in the US is April 15th. It was a stormy day - appropriate for the occasion.
Dave had not yet organized his records for 2013 taxes ...
... the highest take off point in the world! Over the 'blue lagoon’ It was incredible and in hindsight the drive up the mountain was the scariest part!
We took off from 1,600ft. and drifted around above the ‘blue lagoon’ the scenery was beautiful with the water and the town beneath us. I even did a spin! It was a massive adrenaline rush and something I would highly recommend doing. Having never skydived myself Ben tells me it's like ...