LykiaWorld & LinksGolf Antalya
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsLykiaWorld & LinksGolf Antalya
Excellent hotel so many activities to choose from. The accommodation was great, food was good and lots of choice. The rooms were clean
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Travel Blogs from Antalya
October 12, Sunday Gorge, Waterfall and Antayla
This morning we left (almost forgetting to pay for our dinner)!! Firstly, the bus took us to the Saklikent Gorge. It was a great gorge – we walked through it – Craig venturing further through the wet bits. Once again a lovely day weather wise.
We also went to spend 20 minutes with Doctor Fish – where we put our feet into a tank and let the little fish ...
... Anatalya and after more GPS misguidance, found Aspendos (Aspestos is my way of remembering it) which was an ancient Greco-Roman city. founded around 1000 BC by Greeks on the Eurymedon River. The amphitheatre has been renovated and is still used today. (More pics)
... I, drinking is an expensive activity in Turkey. Sunday we got Turkish baths! It was awesome, you sit in the sauna, then get scrubbed with a rough a glove before lying on warm marble and having soapy bubbles poured over you. It was so nice but the amount of exfoliated skin was gross. The boys had an interesting experience with a fellow keen on following them around the sauna. They named him Strokey, I'm sure you can guess why. Monday we left Bodrum with our ...
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Then we hit Antalya - the Turkish Riviera on the Mediterranean Coast. Long stretches of beach, the outline of mountains, a posh hotel and a welcome shower and meal, comfy bed a good nights rest and a 2 night stay to look forward to.
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... one of the highlights of the tour - the best preserved Roman theatre in the world. It is bloody incredible. It dates from161 AD. Ataturk was instrumental in restoring it to its present state and it is now regularly used to stage Operas. It can seat 20,000 people - the acoustics are perfect and the opera festival is currently in full swing.
Back to the hotel we went and then on for a quick ...