Alkoclar Adakule Hotel
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... in tender boats into Patmos. This takes awhile to get 1500 people off the big ship onto little boats to the island. On the way to Patmos we had the best siesta in our cabin, catching up on some lost sleep. Patmos was the opposite of Kusadasi. Welcoming, quaint, adorable. A little old humble greek man served us delicious coffee and the streets of Patmos are lovely. Patmos has a calm soft feeling and as night came on it softens further. Two big cruise ships, of which one was ...
... of Ephesus. While there we were toured around the ancient city and were able to see Magnesia Gate, Odeon, the Fountain of Trajan, Temple of Hadrian, and the impressive Library of Celsius. This too was amazing to walk through and see. Finally on our way back we made a stop at the Temple of Artemis. There was not much left other than two columns standing. Over all we were able to get in a lot of Greek history and see a lot along the ...
... and the afternoon call to pray, it looked and felt like Greece, with more aggressive shop keepers. Though they have their own currency, most items were priced in Euros and not Turkish lira.
Having just completed the one book packed for this trip, “Travels with Epicurus”, a philosophical look at growing old, today provided time ...
... the markets here in Turkey. Am looking forward to visiting the grand daddy of all when we visit Istanbul tomorrow. We left Kusadasi at 2pm and are back cruising our way towards Istanbul via Gallipoli. Well not exactly but we do pass the famous area on the way. Not sure if I'll be awake a 4am to pay my respects but we will see. Anyway leave you with a beautiful sunset to finish our glorious day here on the Turkish ...
... of our current repertoire:
- Turkish and Greek songs: Uskudar, Yerakina, Entarisi ala Benziyor, Dance of Zalongo, Turkish March for Voices
- American songs: Sing Me to Heaven, The Heart’s Cry, Long Time Ago, The Best of All, Dry Bones