Anzac Golden Bed Pension
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Back on the bus we continue our journey to see the best Ruins I have experienced. Ephesus, the Roman provincial capital. Walking down hill through the ruins of the city, seeing archaeological finds along the way. The beautiful preserved Temple of Hadrian, the magnificent Trajan Fountain, the Odeon Theatre, the majestic Celsus Library and the Great Theatre. The ...
... clothes. We found a spice ship that sold real apple tea (not powder or tea bags) so I bought 2 packets ☺️ Just before we needed to get back on the ship we found a quiet park next to the water where the locals were hanging out. We sat with them and drank Turkish apple tea from the little drink stall while watching two old men play backgammon under the trees. In the evening we ordered room service for dinner on our balcony and had an early night ready for ...
... wrong. I decided to also take up the challenge and failed miserably, breaking my only pair of sunglasses in the process. We got a few photos on the parliament stairs in the sunshine before finding a litter of puppies to play with near the car park. Near the exit is a rather large tacky trojan horse which the Asian tourists seemed to love and were getting all sorts of funny photos with it. Joining the others we climbed inside and checked out the view. With Troy done and ...
... Kirazli Soy Sofrasi”, a 10-minute walk away, which was another wonderful surprise. It was a family-run restaurant and we basically said “We’ll have a bit of everything”, and they presented us with 14 little plates of all their specialties, followed by a platter of lamb kebabs – we were stuffed! It was delicious, and cost the equivalent of $75 CAD for the four of us – including wine. There were lots of cats roaming about here ...
... to made the hike to the top as the view must have been amazing, but it wasn't part of the tour (which is why we usually don't take them). The city was eventually abandoned due to the filling in of the harbor making large bodies of stagnant water a breeding ground for malaria carrying mosquitos. We then went to Miletus which had a massive theater that was still in great shape as far as ruins go. You could walk underneath and climb the massive hall ...