Grand Aygun Hotel

Address: Ramazan Ayguen , Cirali, Antalya, 07980, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ramazan Ayguen , Cirali, is near Hadrian's Gate, Antalya Bazaar, Olympos Ruins, and Mt. Olympos (Tahtali Dag).
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    See if you can beat me in this test :-)

    A travel blog entry by peacelovemusic on Oct 23, 2015

    1 comment

    I came across this science test yesterday. I scored 11 out of the 12 questions (I always was a B grade student). I hope you can access the link. See if you get all 12 correct: OpvYY7y:Tj2y1+f2/ 4/only-6-of-americans-got-all-these-sci ence-questions-right-can-you-do-better< br>


    Geraldine's birthday

    A travel blog entry by peacelovemusic on Oct 01, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... goddesses known to have been worshipped here.

    The Chimera is an area of about two dozen permanent gas vents in the rocks, grouped in two patches on the hillside above the Temple of Hephaestus, near ancient Olympos, in Lycia. The vents emit burning methane. The fires of these were landmarks in ancient times and used for navigation by sailors.

    On her birthday G worked all day ...

    DE RERUM NATURA (The nature of things)

    A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet on Sep 30, 2015

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... Lucretian moment number 3 was soon to follow. As you can imagine space on a rocky terraced cove was at a premium, and we settled ourselves in a good spot with the crashing waves below us. A spot of dinner followed as the sun went down, and when we returned we were surrounded by tents. One Turkish woman with her kids had pitched her tent so close to us we could just about get in our back door...and the infernal cheek.... she had tied her tent guy ropes on to our van. ...

    Slightly deranged, but nonetheless on track

    A travel blog entry by jbtravel on Sep 21, 2015

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... household did not leave much time to get to know them, but it some ways that made it all the more authentic. After a lot of umming and ahhing over whether to get on a hot air balloon, we decided to go for it, being ever so grateful to all those people who gave us wedding presents with "do something you wouldn't normally do" clauses attached (thank you all!!). We got up at 4:30am, walked down to the hostel we booked through and got on our shuttle bus. We had a few biscuits and ...

    Brilliant Calm and Passion Flames

    A travel blog entry by kirstenelise on Jul 21, 2015

    11 photos

    ... to drive me to Mount Chimaera to see the Eternal Flames of the Chimera, natural gas flames that have been coming out of the mountain for centuries. It's best to go at night, so the flames are visible. The hike up is a broken road, climbing small boulders and gravel. He tried holding my hand to help me, but it got too awkward! I don' t need your hand! Plus it's flat now! Why are you still holding it? The heck?  We used our phones to see the path ...