Zorlu Hotel

Kusadasi, Turkish Aegean Coast, Turkey | B&B

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Ancient Ruins and The Aegean Sea

A travel blog entry by jono.anita87


... I haggled the price down to one I was willing to pay and walked out quite happy with my efforts. Jono at this point regretted not coming inside to curb my spending. As the sun began to set we stopped off at a Turkish Delight shop and brought a few more Turkish goodies. The last stop of the day was at the site of the Temple of Artemis. In actual fact there was not a lot to see here as the British had taken the temple years ago and it is now situated firmly in the ...

Major theater

A travel blog entry by melcraig

... gym, brothel, library. The roads are paved with marble, the flat surface has been marked with grooves so the horses can climb. The city shows the earliest advertising in the world.. The pavement was marked with with a burnt in footprint and above a cross, the horizontal length of the cross was bigger on one side, this shows the direction in which to walk to the brothel!!, My eyes meet the worlds largest theater! The compasity of the theater held 1 million ...

July 4th in Kusadasi, Turkey

A travel blog entry by kansonthego


... you see the degree of sophistication which the Romans brought with them. The Terrace Houses, which would have been the homes of what would have been of politicians or the elite, that have been excavated from the hills and you see beautiful frescoes and mosaics as well.Tremendous efforts are still ongoing for the excavation. Marble walls are reconstructed piece by piece by Archaelogy students. Frescoes paint are still ...

Weekend in and around Izmir

A travel blog entry by chadwick2013


... it was time to make the long drive to Kusadasi, bringing us the rest of the way along the base of our triangular trip, back to the shore of the Aegean. Everyone must have napped on the drive because we all had plenty of energy for a group game night after dinner (Apples-to-Apples and a charades-type of game). The next morning, caught slightly off guard by Turkey's daylight savings, we left the hotel with Raife to visit the house of Mary, where Mary took refuge ...

A Theater, a Temple, and a Church

A travel blog entry by keralajs


... who is said to be buried there. This church was built in the sixth century under orders of Emperor Justinian and was most likely designed by Isidore of Miletus, the architect of Hagia Sophia in Constantinople. I took my photograph from the west, looking through the atrium toward the altar place and the grave of St. John. The high pillars on the left frame the central aisle of the ...


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