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... car maps. It turned out to be easy and a short 45 minutes later the kids were squealing at the sight of the enormous water park in front of the hotel. Tom, not wanting to set the kids expectations to high, told them there was a a pool (5 actually) and maybe a water slide or 2 (15+ actually). As soon as we arrived, Sue worked her magic on our first week of stinky clothes. 20 minutes later, both clotheslines on our balconies were full and we ...
... intact. As usual, the wee cats everywhere around the ruins ... Most wanting food and a pat. We also see stray dogs all over the place too.
We stopped for yet another group shot an the enormous amphitheatre, so much bigger than any others we have seen. The ruins cover an extensive area, and it took two hours to stroll through and by that time it was getting quite hot.
Lunch was in a restaurant ... Traditional ...
... home the next day. Air pressure on the plane..
The altitude must have caused it to explode- ouch.
It turned into a horrible multitude of blisters, and it took me so long to recover, but luckily leaving no scars.
This seems to be the memory of Greece that sticks in my mind the most- OUCH!
... African accents and even seen an Afrikaans sign. The majority of the tourists come for the beaches and to see the ruins at Ephesus. Today we did the beaches and tomorrow we will go to Ephesus.
The Ladies Beach in Kusadasi is the most popular beach in the area. The Cape and Eastern Cape beaches are way better, but the people-watching at Ladies ...
... by Stoas and terrace houses was also amazing. We say the square of Domitian with its accompanying temple facade and also Hadrian's archway.
I was glad of the early start as the weather was very warm with a clear blue sky and not much shade. In summer it would be unbearable. From the Library we walked through the commercial Agora to the Great Theatre. Again our guide took us to an outside vantage point to see ...