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... impressive place. The library building is well known and only just less than 20% restored. But the theaters, the scale of the baths, the sidewalks, those Romans- and Greeks- certainly built with a vision, and a lot of slaves... We were told the Grand Theatre was the place where St Paul preached to the Ephesians. To think the building had been there for some 4 centuries already is truly amazing. In ...
... site and gave us over an hour to explore the area. This place was incredible. The size and location of the place made it breathtaking as we wandered around the ruins. We got to see the worlds steepest amphitheater perched over the hillside as well as the ruins of the temple at the top. The other side of the site gave us amazing views out over a lake as we explored a little further. With the heat of the day taking its toll we made our way back to the entrance and bought a ...
... and there are a number of bits still standing, including a number of shops along an ancient agora, the baths, the public toilets system and the library of Celcius, which is the part of Kusadasi most people want to see and it is the post card picture Turkey uses for most of their travel brochures. We spend quite a lot of time here as there is plenty to see and we are able to walk down the hill, the whole way until we come to the last piece, the ...
... guy was right there in our bedroom! Had a nice breakfast by the pool, and then headed out for another day of sightseeing. Our first stop was at The House of Mary, supposedly where Jesus’ mother lived during the last years of her life. There were tons of tour buses and people there, and vendors selling tacky souvenirs, but we bypassed them and took a quick peek at the old stone house before the hoards of people caught up with us. The best part of this place ...
We were concerned that we had chosen unwisely today because we didn't opt to tour Ephesus. And in some respects it would have been good to have gone in but it was extremely crowded with several large cruise ships in port. We came in alongside a vessel that made us look small. It carries over 3000 passengers! Our tour was on a small bus with 7 others to the village of Sirince. We did see Ephesus ...