Travel Blogs from Side
After a 7 hour bus journey, I arrived and met up with Tim. I was staying at Club Nena, but the Tennis and players were at the Ali Bey next door, and once I'd negotiated the security I spent most of my time at Ali Bay with Tim and the Irish team, returning to Nena to sleep..
It was good fun, and in the middle of the week I decided that I didn't feel like slow-travelling back to London, so took a flight to Zurich, train to Dijon and was back in Marcilly on 16th.
... mit viele kleine Einkaufssträsschen, kleine Boutiken und Restaurants, gebaut zwischen und neben die antiken Ruïnen.
Side, près de Manavgat, créé au 7ème siècle av C, grec et romain. Side aujourd'hui est un petit village touristique avec des petites ruelles, des boutiques et restaurants, construit entre et à côté des ruines antiques.
Today, it lay in ruins but still quite impressive with its great theatre, stadium and gate-towers leading into a street where ancient chariot ruts could still be seen. Interestingly, excavations began at this site only in 1946 and more is yet to be discovered!
We followed Daghan down a path where huge columns stood one next to the other one. "The ...
... being used today during the summer months over a two weeks period to host an annual Opera and Ballet Festival. The amphitheatre had quite a history…..and here I was today making my mark on it. While I was deep in thoughts, Michel had other plans in mind as he headed up the steps, way up to the top of this huge complex.
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And, as I said, here it's all about the food.
A normal day's agenda would be like this:
10.30 Late Breakfast - just to be sure you don't miss the goodies at the encore
15.00 Pancake session and cookies
00.00 Late snack