Sezgins Boutique Pansion
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... slower than the other two generally do, I decide to continue on assuming they will catch up somewhere later on the road.
In the event I do not see them again today. It is a beautiful day for biking. The sun is warm, the wind is from the rear and the good road has very little traffic. I wind on up into the mountains, full of the joys of autumn.
... to the valley floor below. the centre piece of the whole site though is the acropolis that sits at the very top. It was modeled on the Athenian acropolis and is almost as big. The builders had to construct massive foundations for the temple to sit and it is these that are perhaps the most impressive to the modern eye. Huge arches made from monumental blocks are still in place with no mortar, holding up the thousands of tones of stone ...
... houses with bits of frescos and mosaic tiles still visible, remains of fountains and monuments line a grand street that leads down to the harbor. Public latrines are made of marble; slaves used to sit on the opening and "warm" the seats for their masters. The library of Celsus was built in the second century AD containing over 12,000 scrolls in its collections, at a time when most people couldn't read. Lovely little cats make there home among the ruins and Emma had ...
... with the bill, until we later determined that the figure was in Turkish lire, not euros, which are worth half as much!
Of course we stopped on the way back to the ship for our daily gelato ration...today's choices were mulberry and pistachio. I'd rate them at about a 5.5 on the gelato scale. I don't know if that's a reflection on Kusadasi gelato, or Turkish gelato. However I will do some extensive research to find the answer to this burning ...
... width. It turned out to be an old-fashioned roadblock to keep carriages from carting up and down the street hawking goods and hauling produce.
By the end of all the walking up and back on Curetes Street, we took a small street that branched off and explored the ruins at its end. The major ruin marked on the map was the Church of the Virgin Mary located in the area, but after a quick walk through it, we started bush-whacking along a ...