Denizati Holiday Village
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... of Cesme where the Marina and this beautiful castle is located. Tasted Mastic ice cream, perused some little shops in their bazaar, shopped at a local grocery store and stocked up on Nescafé (I'm now obsessed). We headed back home for the evening, dropping the rental car off first at the airport. We pull in at Arrivals and are immediately greeted by 2 guys that say they'll take the car. We're like what? No! Totally thought they were stealing the ...
... is well known. Likewise tradition says the Virgin Mary lived the latter days of her life here and died here. The Gospel of John may have been written while he was in Ephesus.
The history of Ephesus dates back to the 10th century BC but it is really known for how it flourished under Roman rule in the 1-3 centuries AD. It was the fourth largest city in the Roman Empire after Rome, Alexandria, and Antioch with a population of 225,000 people. ...
... taking in the atmosphere of the town. On the hill overlooking the town is a big castle which Andrew really wanted to explore, we had been told the night before however that it was closed so that the archeologists could continue excavating it, and probably wouldn't be open for another 15 years. We decided to walk around it instead to see if we could see more of it this way. We ended up on a dirt road, and walked straight into ...
... of life in the times. The insanely steep theatre is a main attraction and very impressive, along with the underground chambers. A lot of the Pergamon artefacts, including the Zeus Temple are in a Berlin Museum....guess what’s been added to my future travel list. Interesting fun facts about Pergamon: the Emperor frequently fell asleep during theatre productions and the attendees weren’t allowed to leave until he left first, so they started clapping at the end of ...
... they put his name in prominence on the completed project. The clever Ephesans declined politely, telling Alexander that it was unseemly for a god to build a temple to another god.
After lunch, our group split up for a few hours and Megan and I decided to explore the ruins of the Cathedral of St. John. Jesus entrusted the care of his mother to St. John (the Disciple or the Evangelist, not the Baptist), who fled ...