Diva Residence Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... that sits above it was used for storing 'palamut oak' a local oak tree. The cistern was carved from a solid rock measuring 12 x 6 m and the ceiling is held up by seven carved block stones. This is the only surviving cistern from a group that lead up to the antique theatre. I then went up to some Lycian tombs. Before dinner our guide took us to the amphitheater. Later we went for dinner. This town is right on the Mediterranean so ...
... this boat was allowing people to swim in if they wanted. After waiting a few minutes for these hardy people to swim in and back out, Jacques said: "the water is not right for us to go with the boat in. If you want to go .... you must swim... Does anyone want to go??" he said "oooooo, nooooo -- not me.... Not for anything..... No way....." Denise said quickly, as she sat quaking while looking at the entrance. "Robin....You?..." Jacques asked looking at me. ...
... scraping through with just millimetres to spare. Anyway he did his block at one point and hit the horn and issued an expletive in Turkish, but we managed to get the gist of it. He got us right to the door, he is an amazing driver.
The hotel is lovely, even though my bathroom shower leaks all over the floor, I am on the 4th floor and I look right into the units next door or down onto the pool below.
This afternoon before dinner we took a ...
... for a swim and a chance to get onto the island to check out the old ruins where they believe St Nicholas' tomb is. The islands around us were busy with a few other busabout boats and other daily tour boats. This island is where we experienced all the little boats which tried to sell ice creams, jewelry, and a lady that hand rolled out gozleme and cooked them on their boat and passed them up to us. All of us loved this, ordering banana and nutella or spinch ...
... to tour it all without worrying about who would be in the background of our shots. Right as we were leaving, 30 minutes later and coincidently right at the end of lunchtime, here came the hordes of tour bus riders. 3 buses worth of people coming spilling through the turnstiles following the flag and up and over the metal stairs protecting the original threshold marble. Heather and I stand to the side and let them pass and watch them scatter like mice in a maze through every portal and ...