Fantasia Hotel De Luxe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
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... in the old town and all aboard me hearties for a 2 & 1/2 hour cruise along the coast with the tower cliffs above. Very cool. It was one of our ladies birthdays and the most delicious cake arrived and we all indulged. Cem decreed it was too cold to swim so it was back for a stroll around the old town, lunch and now 3:30 and about to go hang at the hotel pool. Sorry to bore you with hotel pictures but this is rather ...
... I had my Baklavas and Earl grey tea since I never got the chance to try this traditional dessert elsewhere. I guess it is too common to serve in nice restaurants. They even have cubbies for luggage if you want to go shopping hassle free. I did but decided to come back and relax in the comfort of the ...
... and enjoyed the sun and regular dips in the pool. The pool we choose was a few degrees colder than the other bigger pools but we had the place to ourselves all afternoon. We ordered a pool side lunch of chicken salad and a margarita pizza which we split. Went back to the room after picking up a few bottles of water at the corner grocery store. For supper we got dressed up and went back to Stella's by the Sea. It was another romantic supper together, our last before my ...
... the supermarket. wEnt back to our room around five to take a shower and get ready for supper at Talya Balik which was just a short walk on the pedestrian path. There was no place besides the lookout but we complained a little since we tried to reserve yesterday and it wasn't possible. We finally got a great place with a fabulous view of the sunset and boat activity in the ...
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