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Trip Report 5 Day, 4 Night trip from Nicea to Lykia, Lydia and back

We just returned, and i posted a trip report on Fodor's Lounge,

the report has some serious information on accommodation at Ucagiz, birgi and Kayakoy and some restaurant information. also road conditions, routes, etc. in addition to the lengthy personal narrative of the foibles of our family.

For those interested, it also shows that you can actually do this part of the country in a reasonably short time without flying.

However, we did miss many places including Xanthus, Pinara, Tlos, etc. which is usually a requirement for the serious traveler to provide the motivation to return.

Lykia has actually 13 major and about 30 minor sites and would require at leasyt two weeks to negotiate.

Soon there will also be a 16 day marathon tracing the Lykian ( or Lycian) way through fields and paths and forests and mountains.

http://www.fodors.com/community/fodorite-lounge/fumbling-family-fearlessly-attempt-to-meet-lykians.cfm

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