Villa Konak Hotel Kusadasi
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... there is a Museum being build at the moment to showcase these pieces). After this early morning walk around Troy, we then drove a few hours, had some average food in a roadhouse restaurant and then made our way up to the Acropolis of Pergamum. Another few hours and we arrived in Kusadasi at 6pm. Our hotel is opposite all the action of the boardwalk with cafes, marching bands (yes, there was a marching band when we arrived....obviously not for us), face painters and ...
Just a short blog. Spent the morning in Kusadasi which is a smallish city in Turkey. This seaside port is not far from Ephasis which us of course well known in the New Testament. Unfortunately the cost of travelling there plus the heat, meant we stayed back in town. However we had a good morning walking down to the castle followed by a couple of barter sessions at the local Bazaar. I think the name 'bazaar' is very ...
... so. Cheesy Ephesians and gladiators would walk out, pretend to fight, and then leave. I never went over to watch up close, but it turned out to be great because all the tours would leave the amphitheater to go see the performance. It was great to have the ruin pretty much to ourselves :)
Turning left out of the theater, we hiked up Curetes Street, the central street in the ruin. It took us forever to find the end of the road -- ...
We arrived on our second continent of Asia just prior to dawn at the port city of Kusadasi which means "Bird Island" this bay remains open to shipping in that it is free of a river spill way. It is an ultra modern city with affordable housing food and health care but imported goods like electronics and oil are generally 4 times higher due to high tariffs and import fees. The ...
... there are walls with several recesses offering water from the spring and many regard this as 'holy water'. This place seems to hold significance for pilgrims in addition to being a popular tourist destination, devoted Catholics can be spotted (presumably Catholic by clerical outfit). Interesting as Turkey is a predominately Muslim population.
Next is a coach to southwest Turkey, Pamukkale where more interesting sights ...