Sato Cave Hotel
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... organised was produced with lit candles to celebrate the girls and Ali - whose birthday is tomorrow. The girls were thrilled and the cake was shared with the entire restaurant.
We then headed back to the hotel and I re packed the kids' luggage, settled them and dosed a snuffly Alex with medicine to get her through the night.
We leave early tomorrow morning and I fear the pace of activity of the past couple of days has made the relaxing time in Bodrum seem like a long time ...
... of the Lycaonian people. Latin was the official language of Lystra as a Roman colony and Greek would have been the every day language of the Romans, but it appears the local tongue of the Lycaonians remained in use among the native residents of the city.
Unlike the ambitions of other Roman colonies in the empire, Lystra did not seem to aspire to gain status and prestige. Rather, it has been described by scholars as “an active and prosperous community, not ...
... countryside which was almost like a Tattooine style canyon.
The most notable church for me was the Yilarli (Serpent) Church with its frescos, arches and obvious altar. My feet were worn out by the end but I felt so exhilarated from the experience. My mind wanders from the campsite and the promise of a swimming pool back to the epic walk. But hey what a day, what a place, what an ...
... view of the bay and a huge tour ship. Dinner by the hotel pool is memorable. Day 5 - A full day tour of the Ephesus Ruins, Temple of Artemis, the Hadrian, Celsius Library and House of the Virgin Mary Ephesus - one of the 7 wonders where Cleopatra seduced Mark Anthony and had her sister murdered. This spectacular site was famous for the Temple of Artemis (little remaining) the Library of Celsus (reconstructed) and another theatre (still standing) which was ...
... bench and the lady had a huge bag of soap which she squeezed the bubbles onto Lyn and then proceeded to massage her body with on both sides. This process is not for people who are shy!!
While we were sitting there a little mouse caught my eye and it had been in the sauna and was scampering across the floor to us. By yelling out, the poor little thing ran back into the sauna!! Hope it found a way out because it ...