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I felt proud for getting the kids into bed by 9:30 last night but that still wasn't enough, I Had to drag Emerson from her oillow at 7:30 this morning. We entered Kusadasi early so had time for a Turksih tea before kicking off our tour. We met up with our guide and driver in a huge 15 seater just for the four of us, the kids loved the sprawling space :)
We headed straight to the House of the Virgin Mary, passing the Adapark (Wet 'n Wild) where we had ...
... to see the theater, where Paul also was. We took pictures from the top of a hill, able to see inside the vast theater. The theater seats 25,000, and according to Roman law, theaters had to be able to seat 1/10th of the population. Ephesus, therefore, had 250,000 people! The theater faces the harbor, where a brisk sea breeze blows in as a sort of air conditioning. D and I have been rather amused by the stray cats and dogs that wander the streets of ...
... green rather than yellow or white which would have been more in keeping.
A great nights sleep and off the Ephesus in the morning. After a bit of a mix up re guides we finally got off to see this ancient city which is set high up in the mountain area not far from where we were staying in Kusadasi.
Our first stop was at Mary's house said to be her dwelling towards the end of her life however the jury is out on that one. The actual city ...
... a path that brings us to a corridor of glorious arches. We are all in awe of this beauty, but the best is yet to come. We walk through the arches and come out to a courtyard of huge decorated pillars on an even higher part of the hill with even more glorious views. Pergamon is amazing.
we meander around , get lost and finally find our path back to the entrance where we purchase some more Turkish goodies.
... magnificent stone arches. It was an impressive sight, but one we imagine will be superseded tomorrow by our visit to the ruins of Ephesus.
Driving from Bergama to our final destination today of Selcuk, we hit a rain storm so heavy that we had to pull over to the side if the motorway, with our hazard lights blinking, to wait until we could see the road (and other vehicles) again. A little further down the road, we pulled over to ...