Homeros Pension & Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHomeros Pension & Guesthouse Selcuk
Amazing lady who caters to all home needs. My washing, food, tea and coffee. Dinner was yum!
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Apart from being named after the beer, Efes in selçuk is famous because of Ephesus, the museum and the reason we were here. Ephesus is a city with beginnings a few thousand years BC then moving onwards to roman influences including cleopatra and mark antony paying a few visits, and then a major Asian centre after some major changes including a …
... in the world today. Even in ruins, there's a majestic beauty in the spot.
Tomorrow we head on to Pamukkale, where hot springs have formed some bizarre rock formations which gave the site its name - which means Cotton Castle. After that, back to Istanbul to do that city justice with a day and a half of exploration.
In honour of Turkey, here's today's song. Warning: It's another that you'll never get out of your ...
... but this was probably a coincidence)
It was hot as Hades, and we found respite under the occasional wig tree. Highlights were the library and the grand theatre, seating 25000 in its day, the largest & oldest of its kind in Turkey. Population of the city was calculated by multiplying this capacity x 10. The city once over looked the ocean, but it has receded, or been forced back by the sediment from the river, 7 kms away.