Travel Blogs from Kusadasi
... think we are now a little ruined for ruins (haha) because of Jerash in Jordan, which was spectacular. It was nice to wander round in the sun, and there were lots of well fed cats hanging round looking picturesque on pillars and other bits of ruin.
That evening our cook group did a BBQ and salads. We eat well on the trip and the camping food is good. Just need to stop snacking at every toilet stop on the drive days.
... bag - mainly Americans but quite a few Aussies and Kiwis. We had a welcome aboard meeting with the Tour Director - then dinner under the stars on top deck. Sunday was "sail day" - and we sat on the deck and read, slept, ate some more! The Tour Director had set up lots of activities for those who wanted to participate - wine tasting, concocting cocktails, cooking class, - only activity Bob did was check out the engine room. Late morning the captain announced ...
The ruins stretch over an enormous site and we could have spent the whole day there if it wasn’t for the searing heat and lack of shade. The highlight of the ruins is the enormous library and the ampitheatre that could seat 24,000 people. It’s mind boggling to think this was all built well over 2,000 years ago. Much of the city was destroyed in ...
... him to take us door-to-door in a private shuttle for a rate in line with the bus. He negotiated the price from 400TL to 200TL for the group. The 40TL per person was more than the 25 for the bus, but we'd also have to hire a shuttle to the bus station in Kusadasi and then again in Denizli. We decided that the difference in price ($5) was worth the convenience and time (1-2 hours), so we asked "dad" to ...
... 498 BC), an event that instigated the Greco-Persian wars. They allied with Athens and Sparta to defeat the Persians and formed the Delian League, a precursor to modern war alliances.
One also got a good sense of the geographic significance of Ephesus in those times. Located next to the Aegean sea with the Harbor Road directly linking the city's glitzy main drag to the outside world, it served as the West end of the Silk Road from the Far East.
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