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We walked off the beaten path from here to the Double Church- a large building with some archways and pillars remaining with some carved stones with crosses and other words written, presumably, in Latin. The baptism pool had been uncovered along with a fountain. It was a large church. On our way there and back, we passed a ...
... this so we just had a morning apple tea and chatted with them. The people in Turkey have truly made this country that bit more enjoyable to travel around! Arriving at Ephesus was quite amazing. Some of the structures are still in good condition while other have been restored or left as is. In certain areas you can actually made out the structures and what they would have been back when the city was inhabited. For example there are many ...
... were washed off and we felt like new people. We enjoyed the Five Star experience but we learned a long time ago that we are not Five Star hotel type people. It was plush and comfortable, but sterile. We would far prefer the friendliness of a hotel like the Alzer at which we are staying in Istanbul, which isn't luxurious, but in which we feel much more at home. Lovely smorgasbord dinner and a good sleep on what was a very comfortable ...
... where we had dinner the previous night it was back to the Hotel to meet the group for lunch and Ephesus. We went by bus to a restaurant just our of Ephesus to watch gozleme being made. Paper thin pastry is rolled by one woman, using a wooden rods. Se them spread the toppings, folded and rolled it on the rod and handed it to another woman who unrolled it on a plate in a wood fire oven to cook. The toppings were either feta and spinach, meat and vegetables, ...
With how much of the local brew I've been consuming, I considered it a pilgrimage of sorts to visit Ephesus. Ephesus is the artist formerly known as Efes, and the birthplace of Turkey's fine national beer. I'm also pretty certain that not one of the millions of tourists that flock here each year come for this reason as Ephesus is also one of the best preserved classic cities in Europe, and neighbouring Selcuk has the ruins of ...
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