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Cay Agzi Yolu No:99, Antalya, 32444, Turkey
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on the climb upon the climb up

Perge - Hellenistic gate seen thru Roman gatePerge - Hellenistic gate seen thru Roman gate

In Kaleici - the old townIn Kaleici - the old town

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question about lodging

by acegal

Hi,
My husband and I will be visitng Antalya for 3 weeks, in March 2006. He loves the look of the old town from the pictures he has seen.
He has inquired about one place to stay, named Ozmen Pension.
Could someone please inform me about this place. I could not find any info on this particular pension.
Also, if large rugs are bought, does anyone know what ways to ship them back to the states from over there?
Thank you,
Linda

RE: question about lodging

by infinitys

well,

do you have any specific information about this pension like address or tel number?

RE: RE: question about lodging

by acegal

Yes, I am sorry for not thinking to put the address on the original inquiry.
the name and address of the place is:
Ozmen Pension
kilicarslan Mahallesi Zeytin Cikmazi No:5 Kaleici
tel: 009-242-241 65 05
Thank you,
Linda

RE: RE: question about lodging

by infinitys

well,

there are a lot of ways to send your rugs to your home from Turkey.One of the most economical one will be;using governmental service called PTT in Turkish.
There are a lot of PTT offices in different locations of Antalya.Just ask someone when you will be in Antalya.The other altertive will be sending your item by cargo which is quite an expensive option.
You may try one of those firms;MNG Cargo,Yurtici,DHL,Express Cargo.They may give more useful information about the regulations of sending an item from Turkey to you.

RE: RE: question about lodging

by Sirvictor

I heard that the rugkeepers are forwarding the rug to your adress in the states. But you must ask for a reliable shop. I heard stories that the rugkeepers send bad rugs afterwards.Be cereful.Don't trust every rug keeper. If you are coming via a US tourist company ask them for information.Your US agency can give you information Because they have good relations with Turkish counterparts.

RE: RE: question about lodging

by acegal

Thank you for your information! I am very excited about visiting your country, and will look for a reputable rug dealer there.

RE: RE: question about lodging

by acegal

Thank you, I will look into some of the business' you mentioned.
Linda

RE: question about lodging

by louiseamytaylor

there is a fantastic hotel in side (pronounced see-day) called connys. i visited for the first time in sep 2005 and have booked up for three trips in 2006 largely due to the fantastic service i received at connys. Is a small hotel with just 12 rooms. however includes a swimming pool, two bars and fantastic restaurant. the service is truely out of this world and staff speak very good english and are extremely friendly.price is 35 euro's per room per night (40 euros in jun/jul/aug/sep) inclusive of bed and breakfast, air-con and safe. situated in a great location- close to side town(home of the ruins!!!)with a beautiful beach near by. you can book online and pay at the end of the stay, also book transfers. the hotel arranges some excursions also. website: www.connys-side.net. (although does not do hotel justice). hope this helps!!!
ps. gosh i sound like a sales person, i actually have no connection to hotel-honest!!! as i said, the holiday was fantastic!!!!

RE: RE: question about lodging

by Sirvictor

Dear Linda,Here is information about the pension. It is written in Turkish alphabet O with umlaout.Özmen
http://64.233.161.104/search?q=cache:R708726xi88J:www.antalya.de/pans_antalya.htm+%226zmen+pansiyon%22&hl=tr
web page:http://www.ozmenpension.com/
http://www.google.com.tr/search?hl=tr&q=%226zmen+pansiyon%22&meta=
Güle Güle

RE: RE: question about lodging

by acegal

Thank you for the web sight on Conny's! It is a beautiful place, and definitely worth checking out when we are over there! I can see why you keep rebooking at that lodging!
Linda

Travel Tips for Antalya

HIDIRLIK TOWER

by marsistanbul

This structure rest on a square pedestal and building is cylinder in shape.It is 14 meter in height,entrance is through a door on the east facing wall.From here,a narrow stairway leads to the upper floor.
According to the design,it resembles a mausoleum of the Roman period from the architectural characteristics,2nd century A.D. is the date of tower.
address;Kaleici(Old city) Kilicarslan mah.HIDIRLIK sok.
Near to Karaalioglu park.

Symbol of Antalya

by MalenaN

The Yivli Minaret (also called the Fluted Minaret) has become the symbol of Antalya. It stands below the Republic Square (Cumhüriyet Meydani) and is very much photographed. The minaret (and mosque) was built by the Seljuk’s in the 13th century. It is 38 metres high.

West from Antalya the amazing Myra

by piglet44

Myra or Demre is west of Antalya and if you rent a car you can get there easily and enjoy the incredible scenery of the winding coast road on the way there. The whole road from Antalya through Kemer and on towards Myra is really incredible and the views are breathtaking.
Myra itself is fascinating with rock-cut tombs ,and an amphitheatre.
Myra is an ancient Lycian town, where the small town of Kale (Demre) is situated today in present day Antalya Province of Turkey.
Myra is also the burial place of St Nicholas aka Father Christmas or Baba Noel as it says on the signpost!
Anyway the place is fascinating and dont miss the cafe across the way in the Orange orchard. It is a great place to sit and drink something , when you finish sightseeing.

Olympos, a paradise somewhat south of Antalya

by Andreaska

Yes we have been in that museum in Antalya, and yes it was me who took the photo of the guy (?) with the open mouth and the slightly sad look, but frankly I do not remember what the collection in the museum was all about, I spent most of the time in front of a strange device, that looked a bit like an old Greek column. I had seen a lot of people gathering around those things and wondered what it was all about, I thought:"perhaps there IS something interesting here"; when I came closer I already could feel that there was something special: from this moment on I spent the rest of the time admiring the air conditioning system

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