Dreams Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the photos I took on cloudy days, they just don't do justice.
We downloaded the Rick Steves' podcast for Ephesus and listened to it ahead of time and while walking. I won't give the gory details, but it's a truly amazing site and you should try to make it to see what a Roman city looked like. They really had it going on. Flowing water was key, and they had aqueducts to bring it water. They had an underground sewer system, public ...
... re-scheduled for noon, then 4 pm "on the other ferry." At 5:30 we finally got away on the 2-hour trip to Kusadasi in a rather rough sea.
The all-day wait had made us a bit grouchy, but in Turkey everything brightened up. Everyone was helpful, the streets were lively, the dolmus (shared taxi) drivers accepted euros, we easily found the two rides we needed to get from the port to Selcuk, and the room we had promised ...
... the carpet of the bus aisle carpet with a lemon scented spray frequently. It was very strong when he first did it.
From Izmir we transferred to a mini bus for an hour ride to Selšuk and our hotel.
After settling into our room, off for a short walk and out to dinner. Wonderful restaurant and great food.
Selšuk is known for cranes. They build special nesting places for them.
... was a major center of Christianity and was one of the Seven Churches of Revelation.
The ancient city is composed of three main parts: the Acropolis, whose main function was social and cultural as much as it was sacred; the Lower City, realm of the lower classes; and the Asklepion, one of the earliest medical centers on record.
At the bottom of the hill as we left we passed the Red Basillica. Originally built as a temple to the Egyptian Gods. St ...
... and just try my best to make it somewhat interesting. Not anymore. After seeing Ephesus, we were all in bed reading or on the computer when all of a sudden we heard yelling outside on the street. We had gotten back about 30minutes before and were a bit annoyed that the gate to the hostel was shut because it meant ringing the bell, and it was only 9:30. Turns out, we were really glad the gate was locked. There was a lot of yelling and then we heard a bang, ...