Tuntas Apart Hotel Kusadasi
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... each by the tour company to fill with holy water from the spring nearby the house. We then proceeded to the ancient site of biblical Ephesus, where they are still excavating remains of this fascinating place and will do so for years to come. The highlight was the library of Celsus, while the grand theatre was also a spectacle. There were heaps of stray cats among the ruins, as there are around Turkey. The ancient latrines and sewage system was also ...
... of the forum, a tiered seating area for the senate, the privy, hospital, library, red light district, shops, temples and theatre. Take a look at the pictures for a better idea of what we were looking at. :)
It was pretty fantastic to imagine Biblical events playing out in this very spot. Ike told the account of the silver smith Demetrius stirring up a riot against Paul (see Acts 19:24 - 41) and pointed to the areas where it took place. So very cool!
When we ...
... of Seas holds 2100; both quite a bit larger than our 700 passenger Mariner.
It was a very nice day here today – in the mid 70's and sunny skies. We can see the statue of Mustafa Ataturk, high on a hill, from our balcony. He was the founder of the Republic of Turkey and its first President in 1923.
There are many shops here as well as a Grand Bazaar (nothing like the Grand Bazaar ...
... of the amphitheatre - its really fantastic. The audioguide was pretty decent although it was pretty censored and pointed out but didnt talk about the brothels and taverns which would have been interesting. the amphitheatre was pretty well preserved too.
We luckily managed to see everything but we had to hurry back to catch our train back to Izmir. I taught myself to count to 100 in Turkish on the way ...
... tying white cloth (or wetnaps…or kleenex...) to the branches of a collection of trees at the entrance. It was fun walking around the fort, snapping pictures and taking in the warm Aegean sea breeze. We had hoped to snorkel off the island, possibly seeing some old city walls that had slid into the sea but realized that although this was rumoured to be possible here, the best area for this activity was ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility