Anzac Golden Bed Pension
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Our first private tour, in a group of 14. The boat docked in the port of Kusadasi before sunrise. We were supposed to be able to leave the ship shortly after 7am, however due to the arrival of another ship shortly after us, that was docking on the same wharf, our departure was held up for a little while - for safety reasons - I guess they didn't want us jumping in the ocean in front of the other ship! Our ...
... is not one in town!
This is all too plainly evident when our guide, Mustafa, points out that the main, white marble street of Ephesus is usually swarming with around 10,000 visitors. With an early start, the photographers have the chance to get photos of this site without a single person along it's length!
Ephesus, a UNESCO site, contains spectacular monuments such as the Library of Celcus, the Agora, the Odeon and an enormous amphitheatre. Roman life and ...
... by users and I uploaded the Ephesus blog posting with all the Ephesus pictures.
We had several free hours in the town of Kusadasi. The beach area was beautiful and looked inviting for a swim in the Aegean sea. We considered going back to the ship for our swim gear but decided to check out the local shops and try some Turkish food and beverages.
We boarded the ...
... in town were the meat continually gets flicked onto the floor. After a bottle of red it's nearly time to leave. The restaurant is mostly full of cats and some diners but mostly cats. Just before heading off we notice another cat digging a hole in a flower pot right in front of two Asian travelers. This is not good ! Squirting kitty poo goes firing into the pot and they are totally freaked out. Poor kitty doesn't look well. Home to ...
... compared to a lot of the ruins we've seen, that is one of the enticing features of Ephesus, the other is that it houses the Temple of Artemis, one of the 7th wonders of the ancient world. Sadly, unknown to us, we weren't visiting the site as it was two miles from the ancient city we were wandering around. We walked straight past the covered Terraced Houses, which also wasn't part of our tour - which we were aware of. To see them you had to book a tour that was $US199.99 each. We ...