Dreams Guest House
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of Dreams Guest House
TripAdvisor Reviews Dreams Guest House Selcuk
Travel Blogs from Selcuk
Archaeological excavation has still only uncovered about 10% of the ancient city. I loved the Terrace Houses, ancient apartments, which are being completely reassembled, allowing you to walk around inside these luxurious homes once inhabited by wealthy Ephesians.
More pics below:
... and the road leading to it looked deserted by that time), but hopefully I'll make it there at some point over the next several days.
Tomorrow is the official beginning of archaeological adventures, and I'm pretty pumped about it. I think the group tour will work out nicely, as I'm definitely ready to start sightseeing, but too tired to tackle arrangements for myself, so I'm glad this one is already done for me :).
Today we visited the ancient roman town of Ephesus. The ancient city has been well preserved and allowed us to get a real sense of what life was like in the roman times. The vast amounts of marble that was used could still be seen with marble paths ...
... Artemis Hotel would hold your bags for a small fee, even if you're not staying there as an overnight guest. We weren't sure if this were actually true, but we didn't have any other options. We eventually found the hotel, but it was locked up and there was no doorbell. We figured we would walk around for half an hour or so until (hopefully) some coffee shops opened up and we could sit down and regroup. Very happily, some guy shouted at us out of one of ...
... be scaring their clients with an sense of aussie humor so dry it borders on pathological bald-faced lying, and dishing out hookah pipes to same, both of which I had thrust upon me to my a, b and possibly even c -musement.
Whilst waiting for the overnight bus to take me far away from these strange, sarcastic hybrids I discovered that Selcuk is also home to an open air train museum. If ever there comes a dismal moment in the course of my life ...