Sevkibey Hotel

Mersin Yolu Uzeri Dimgayi Keprusu, Alanya, Antalya, Turkey | Inn
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Location

This inn, located on Mersin Yolu Uzeri Dimgayi Keprusu, Alanya, is near Cleopatra Beach, The harbor, Damlatas Caves, and Alanya Gardens.
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Travel Blogs from Alanya

But it was a grind....

A travel blog entry by jcontheroad on Jul 24, 2014

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Left Cyprus yesterday on the overnight ferry to Turkey. Managed to cross into the occupied bit of Cyprus without clearing Greek immigration & customs....I blame the satnav!! best i don't go back for a while.....

The ferry was nasty, it's a freight ferry mainly so no cabins, and it was full, loads of kids running around so no sleep, no shower...
I'm in Alanya tonight, I managed 157 miles today, it took 6 ...

Farewell to Turkey

A travel blog entry by tayclark on Jul 10, 2014

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Last morning in turkey before we take off to Athens. Turkey has been a great experience, I'm glad i got to see the "real" side of turkey in gazipasa! Some things I learnt (mostly just so I don't forget them as soon as we leave): - hello: merebah - thank you: tashi ker ler - good morning: guneyeden - please: leutven - good evening: ee ak ...

Locomotion in Lamos

A travel blog entry by tayclark on Jul 08, 2014

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... was standing. Even though the walk was terrible the views were amazing as was seeing all the cool old stuff. Overall it was worth it and another fun experience of the ancient world. When we were finished we jumped back in the bus and travelled back down the mountain in the same way we got up.. All over the place and seriously bumpy. When we got home everyone was exhausted so a nap was in order for the rest of the ...

Alanya, is this real life?

A travel blog entry by tayclark on Jul 06, 2014

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... ended up at a Texmex/Italian/Turkish restaurant which was not at all your typical Turkish restaurant. Within 30 mins of us being there the main waiter was up on one of the girls chairs gyrating and stripping above our table. Fireworks and flares were then brought out and taken around the restaurant. At one point, myself and the other girls were also up on our chairs dancing to the music. After our 4 ...

A Turkish delight

A travel blog entry by tayclark on Jul 03, 2014

... and sat and watched, covered in dirt and I haven't even done anything. Safe to say other than tomorrow because I want to go to the pirate cove (a cove at the bottom of the dig site that everyone goes to after they finish work) I won't be back! Think I'll opt for the air con and comfy bed for next week. Had two authentic Turkish meals cooked by Turkish ladies outside of restaurants and I have to say their diets are random, ...