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... the city was built BC, but was also lived in AD as there are signs of Christianity. The city was abandoned however many centuries ago with excavations commencing almost 200 years ago. Excavation work continues with only 15% of the city uncovered...and is probably worth revisiting in years to come as more of the city is revealed.
Words cannot do this site justice, but the marble structures, the colosseum, the public toilets and other structures are very well ...
... that they know and the pace of life was much more relaxed than what we saw on Mykonos. The island is also very lush with vegetation, pine trees and framed by tall mountains.
After browsing around at some local shops and visiting a beautiful Orthodox Church, we hopped in a cab and headed to the Village of Kokkari just 6km away. We were rewarded with turquoise waters, ...
... t have even known was there if it wasn’t for Greg’s local knowledge. These were very impressive and featured a massive theatre which is currently being restored which was interesting to watch and will take years to fully complete.
We continued to on to Selcuk where we stayed at Atilla’s Getaway. Atilla is a long time friend of Greg’s and was born in Melbourne. His place was impressive and had an awesome pool which he ...
... more time there to explore the rest of the island.
If you are in this part of the world and want to explore a typical Greek island, you could enjoyably occupy three to five nights on Samos in our view.
And Christine loves it, because it is full of ...
... At that very moment the sun set behind a mountain. This long day was over.
Who knows how much of our own civilization will be still standing in two thousand years from now?
We had a great time exploring Ephesus in the hot sun! It was one of the best archeological sites that we've visited! Once you set foot into Ephesus, you feel as you have time traveled back into time, a time when gladiators and Caesars ruled the earth!