Alkoclar Adakule Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... for our benefit. Then you are stalked by the assistants desperate to make a sale. Just one coat was bought by the group for all their efforts. We then asked to be dropped back to the port where we wander the grand bazaar and fended off enthusiastic shop keepers before boarded the ship and heading to the pool. I watched Malificent 3D, them we watched the Beatle cover band on deck 9 before tea at Animator's palate, a bit of late night shopping onboard and ...
... We saw some cool ruins, some relatively intact terrace palaces (think super celebrity elaborate) and an awesome library, not to mention the marble roads. Afterwards it was to a Turkish carpet factory for a brief visit and some learning. We didn't even know we were coming here but it was actually very interesting. We saw some ladies making the carpets by hand. No wonder ...
... not kick back! We went to Ephuses! On a tour! Why didn't we follow our own rule and find our way there by local bus?
So the tour began with the first stop at Artemis. Well, actually it all started with an 8:25 pick up time that turned out to be 8:40 before the bus continued the rounds. Round and round past signs that said "Ephesus 15km, 20km, 17km, then we turned left as we blew through a sign that clearly states "go straight ahead to Ephesus. ...
... as was the Theater. Not quite as impressive to us as the one at Hieropolis, but we suspect that's because we were at the bottom, not the top. :) We finished our tour with the standard Carpet and leather store stops. Lunch was great, but I'm guessing they were disappointed when we didn't buy a carpet. Les and Willy got theirs in Cappadocia, and the rest of us are too cheap! Haha. Although we all enjoyed a true fashion ...
... is a common term for initiating the Sufi path, which began in 1207 AD: a ceremony by the Samisens – only men of course! It was quite unique, and I felt we were intruding, as we viewed a very personal and private display of the person’s spiritual, mystical and religious practices to dance and music. I found the ceremony quite moving on a spiritual level, though we didn’t really understand it all. The setting was quite ...