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So I spent the past three months traveling in Turkey staying in fifteen towns/cities/villages as well as hiking the St. Paul Trail in its entirety. This book was so disappointing that I bought a used 2009 Lonely Planet to use instead. If I hadn't purchased the Kindle version I would have chucked it early on considering it dead weight. While the background on the listed sites is good it's missing a lot of smaller and of the beaten path destinations that are in the Lonely Planet. Two examples would be the fantastic ruined city of Lyrbe or the transport hub of Denizli.

It is not a good resource for the budget traveler. I read something akin to the following a few times "it's best to take a taxi (35tl) to the center" (Izmir), when I walked out of the otogar and was able to easily find a bus to the center for a few lira. I don't remember coming across a single truly budget hotel being reviewed, instead you get something like "the main area for budget travelers is immediately in front of Basmane railway station". Hey buddy, I'm paying you to check a couple out so I don't waste my time searching for a hotel. While the cheapest hotel reviewed would be around 60tl I pretty much always found one for 40tl. And nice clean (usually business) hotels, not dumpy holes. In Egridir where the book days "the cheapest option in town...tl60". I walked right into that town from the St. Paul Trail and checked into the Apostel Hotel (the first hotel I saw and centrally located) for 40tl.

Some minor information is wrong which made me wonder if the author actually showed up or if he got his info second hand (like maybe from Wikitravel...?). For example hiking Pigeon Valley (which he says is the"most rewarding walk" in the region which i vehemently disagree...try the Rose and Red Valleys) in Goreme he says "the final decent into Ucisar is precipitous". Um, its actually an ascent to Ucisar. And to find this trail he says it begins "above the Ataman Hotel" but doesn't identify where this hotel is either in the text or map. There is however similar info on Wikitravel.

Then there's the occasional bit of negativity, "you're likely to have to head first to the major city Denizli, an ugly place you won't want to linger". I don't know what the author was comparing Denizli to but i thought it was a fine looking modern city ringed by beautiful mountains.

Kindle edition:
Really needs a city index, using the map index is fine for destinations for which a map is provided. Without this you just have to search via keyword or page flip.
No language supplement (seriously? This alone justifies a refund)

Original review:
I hate to rate this so low as I do prefer the Rough Guide to Lonely Planet but in the hour since I purchased this book it failed on three fronts:
1 - the lowest price budget hotel listed in Antalya is $22 when I know there are several nice and clean options around $12 - $15. Most of the hotels listed are $50 and above.
2 - when looking up the requirements for riding a motorcycle it simply says "You'll need an appropriate driving license". So what qualifies as an "appropriate" license? An international drivers license, my own country's license (would that have to be specifically a motorbike license or just a general auto license), or do i need a local Turkish license?
3 - there is no language supplement. Wtf!
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