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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... chicken). It is quite a small area and easy to walk around with heaps of really charming streets and cul de sacs. It's mostly full of restaurants and shops aimed at fleecing the tourist, but for all that is a lovely place to spend a few hours. The old town slopes down to the waters edge where there is a really attractive marina. Today the water was clear and blue, like it was summer, and the distant ...
... pickled cabbage and pickled green chillies with some raw white onion. It might sound a bit weird but it was perfect! We arrived in Antalya late afternoon and headed straight away to see the Duden Waterfalls - quite a spectacular amount of water flowing through the centre of the city. We have a free day to explore Antalya tomorrow which will be nice. We might have a lazy start to the day after a few early ...
... actions for length, style, straight or curved! Ok! All going well. He cut it quite a bit shorter than usual - maybe that was my fault.
When he went to dry it I asked for some mousse. He finally understood but put half a bottle in and then dried it with this weird diffuser thing to try and make it curly! I wasn't sure what he was doing and then realised he had finished. It ...
... non stop on his two mobile phones, in between drinking tea, eating, smoking and talking to people on the bus. At one stage he had no hands on the wheel! He came close to having a punch-up with another man at a cafe stop and seemed even more rattled and erratic after that. It didn't help that we had front row seats and could see it all. We both fell sleep in the end which was probably just as well!
... The merchants in the middle east are very advanced in these areas, it goes way beyond my understanding. Usually wheat and barley is traded in this area there are not many exotic fruits, unless it is coming from the incoming merchants and traders. The Turkish people created water way systems for agriculture. Turkey is located near water, making it a great water trade route, as well as a a great way to harness water for plants and livestock. ...