Armonia Bay Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... well as many warring tribes over the years.
We entered Ephesus in the general area of the State (upper) Agora and made our way down main street called Curetes Street, past the Bouleuterion - home to the city Senate meetings, the Nymphaeum of Trajan and the Temple of Hadrian towards the Celsus Library. It is believed that during the Roman times, the auditorium of the Bouleuterion/Odeion (the Senators' amphitheatre) was used to host gladiator combats. ...
... a car ferry from the Asian side of the country to the European side) - Metro from Istanbul otogar to random station - Tram from random station back to the Blue Mosque - where we call home :) WHEW. We didn't know the train was an option (since no trains are running out of Istanbul at the moment), but without that option we would not have been able to do this journey in a day. Here is a summary of the various experiences: - The Night Bus - we ...
... because the tractor you are overtaking has moved out for a bicycle!
Interestingly enough, 40% of these accidents involve pedestrians.....surprised? Not me! We saw only yesterday, a toddler of about three on the inside edge of a dual carriageway happily wandering around on the verge as cars swept past at 100km/hour, while her mother was trying to climb over the barrier with a babe in her arms! In fact, there are ...
... end of the city to the other. A couple interesting facts:
1) The bathhouse - All of the toilet seats were made of marble. Before using them the wealthy people would send their slaves to sit on the toilets to warm the marbles seats. There was also a violinist in the bathhouse to mask the sound of #2’s. ;)
2) Nike – The well known athletic company Nike is named after a Greek goddess Nike the goddess of athletics and ...
... died from a rare and vicious cancer that deprived us of many years with one of the most spiritually mature, powerful and wise Christian teachers and lay leaders I have ever met. She was also the proudest grandmother around, and how often I have mourned her absence from her grandchildrens' lives to help guide them and encourage them. Her loss is still an open wound. At least I have a wonderful family with my father ...