Anzac Golden Bed Pension
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... including 3 Australians, as they seem to be everywhere! Firstly we visited the house where the Virgin Mary is supposed to have lived her last years until Ascension. It was a cool and and quiet place on top of a hill. The restored house with original foundations is now a low key shrine for Christians but also visited by Muslims and many others. We proceeded to Ephesus, which is a truly amazingly ...
Ephesus was the first stop today as it gets very crowded and the temperature was going to be in the low 30C. Ozan, our guide seemed to know what he was doing and arranged for the bus to drop us at the top of the hill so we only had to walk down the hill where the bus would meet us.. Ozan had been a guide for 20 years so was very knowledgable and did not lose any of our group, which was a bonus! He explained how Greece and Turkey's relationship is like brothers - they hate each other ...
... stopped off briefly at a nearby cafe for a morning apple tea before continuing on the two hour journey towards Pergamum. On the way we stopped off at a restaurant that specialised in Turkish pide (pizza) which was cooked in a massive wood fired oven in the back of the kitchen. It was another half an hour to get to Pergamum itself. A short gondola ride took us to the top of the hill which overlooked the city of Bergama below. Our guide explained the importance of ...
... him hiding behind a pole waving a Canadian flag, kind of in a peace offering. Cute! The four of us then went to the Grand Bazaar where we were persuaded to go in every store with lines like “Let me help you spend your money.” Jim and Kelly both found something to purchase, and we were blown away by the selection of leather jackets until we were told that some of them are made from baby antelope from Africa. That just makes me feel sick!
... in the back, was left unfluted. Nonetheless, it contains many wonderful decorative elements. Of those I photographed, I chose to show you the head of Medusa, only to learn after the fact from a guidebook that this image "has almost become synonymous with Didyma."
At the end of the day we returned to Selcuk, which is adjacent to Ephesus, and visited the ruins of the Basilica of ...