Alibabam Hotel & Apartment
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... along the water....it felt almost like being on one of the ships anchored nearby. After looking over the catch of the day we selected some large shrimp and sole. The fresh green salad was excellent and the seafood and fish beautifully prepared. It was a lovely lunch. I'm sure the wine also contributed to our enjoyment!
Wisely, after lunch we negotiated a taxi ride home...we'll leave the bus riding to more adventurous travelers!
... got given some nice refreshing sweet smelling oil to cool me down on my neck and hands and arms. A really nice little village. After that he took us to a carpet weaving place. They fed us, gave us tea and showed us how they make the rugs and extract the silk from the cocoons. It was all very nice until the hard sell began. A couple of people bought rugs including Denise and Gart. We made it back to the port with our money though and ...
... pleasant to talk with, it was apparent out idle conversation had inspired an opportunity to make a sale. After over an hour of one-way negotiations (we were adamant that we weren't buying a rug), we finally thanked him for his time and found our way downstairs. Before leaving, he introduced us to his sister on the bottom floor...who could give us a very good price on diamonds! We quickly scurried through the jewelry showroom and ...
... years ago, Ephesus was a sea-port and a major hub of the trade and the Roman empire. We know from historical and biblical accounts that Ephesus was a key religious site for the Greco/Roman goddess Artemis/Diana. We also know that the apostle Paul spent a few years here, and there are traditional accounts that the apostle John also visited for a ...
... too many people have showered).
Kursadasi is a Turkish tourist town aimed at not just foreigners but Turks as well. There were a lot of English translations and obligatory McDonalds and Starbucks. You could almost have been anywhere in Europe.
At Kusadasi we set up the wet tents, and had dinner, then it began to rain... it rained most of the night and the next morning. After a soggy breakfast, which I was ...