Anzac Golden Bed Pension
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... early and we head off to his 14 seater minibus driven, very carefully, by Mr Osman. Priene is our first stop A 45 minute drive from Kusadisi it is one of the few remaining Ancient Greek cities, dating from about 800 BC it was one of the 12 Ionian cities but as it was not a particularly important one the Romans when they invaded did not make changes to the city. It was built in a defensive position with sea at the front, which ...
... for the jacket was well about €580 but we ended up "bargaining" the price down to €200... Wendy and Bill bought a Turkish Carpet!! Footnote: We found the Turkish people and the small piece of Turkey we got to see, lovely. We also appreciated their enthusiasm for tourists and tourism especially around sights like Ephesus. It was like "this is new and exciting to us" compared to Athens and a few other places that appear to be a little jaded with the whole tourism ...
... with it ;) Finally to top off our day out we enjoyed another Hamam (Turkish bath). Second time around the experience was a lot less confusing, and having Esra and the other ladies on tour in the Hamam made it a lot more comfortable. Refreshed and 'dead skin free' we headed back to the hotel and us 'young ones' went out for pre dinner drinks before another 4 course meal at the hotel - so much food! At the end of dinner we farewelled ...
... architect was removed and reconstructed in the Pergamon Museum in Berlin. Seems weird that Turkish Treasures would be displayed in a German Museum. Our tour guide, Tamer was very passionate about having the Turkish discoveries returned to Turkey. Makes sense to me. We slept a lot of the way back to Selcuk and listened to Tamer as he explained the area and Turkish cultures to us. He told us how arranged marriages still exist. And the process requires the moms ...
We have just experienced two amazing days. We decided to visit Ephesus while in Istanbul and that despite the emotional pull to visit Gallipoli we wouldn't. It would mean a full day bus trip, which began at 5.30am and finished at 11pm and we would be wrecked by the end of it. So we were duly collected from our hotel on Thursday morning at 11.15am to be taken to the airport for our flight to Izmir. The flight was uneventful and ...