Tuntas Apart Hotel Kusadasi
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... to the west and we were unable to see it but we did know when we were passing the point. Time was around 4:30am which was actually significant because the ANZACS landed at 4:27am on 25 April 1915.
The remainder of the day was spent sailing to Istanbul in smooth but breezy waters. We arrived around 2pm and docked after which we headed to the Old Town to visit Adamar Hotel to arrange a transfer the following day. An efficient but crowded and ...
... Mountains, the small shrine surrounded by greenery, was found in the ruins when the house was discovered. We walk through the small home, feeling the peacefulness of the surroundings. After leaving the house you may take the time to light a candle, saying a prayer. As you leave this beautiful place you walk past a wall, covered with pieces of paper with hand written messages ...
... marble roads, along with a huge amphitheater, library, town hall, etc. You can see the original pipes made of clay that once ran under the ground for sewage, and the public men’s restroom (the toilets are awkwardly close together). The amphitheater is probably the most impressive. It is known for its acoustics – you can drop a coin on stage and hear it from the back row. People would go onstage and sing, and you could absolutely ...
... the bathrooms and kitchens for water and sewage. The houses are preserved within a modern structure with scaffolding, walkways, and a roof to help preserve the ruins. The structure was funded by Austria. They provide quite a bit of funding towards the preservation and restoration of the city. After we left the Terrace houses, we entered the commercial section and came across the library. The library is very impressive with it's two storey facade still intact. It was ...
... boat which took us around the port to the Castle of St Peter. Our guide was nowhere near as good as the one we'd had the day before. His English wasn't as good and he seemed to talk to himself a lot. The views were still amazing, but the castle itself was a bit too touristy. Back on our little boat, we sailed around to bay where the water was turquoise, and full of little fish. Everyone jumped in for a swim, while the crew threw bread into the water for the fish. We had a ...