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From Cappadocia we had to fly back to Istanbul, wait 2 ½ hours, then fly to Izmir and then drive to Kusadasi where we spent two nights. All of this was to go to Ephesus.
We were tired of traveling when we arrived at our seven month old hotel, a Hilton Doubletree. We unpacked and went to the pool…..but it was ...
... off was €5. Yep … genuine fake leather no doubt !
Back on board about 6.20pm, too late to make an appearance at dinner and respite from Miss Prissy would be good. We were tired, hot and sticky and decided to eat “anytime” and asked for Slavic’s table and were shown to it.
At last after missing him several times it was nice to catch up with him again and I was able to pass on a message to him. We took ...
This was my forth time to this port and third time to visit Ephesus. I think Ephesus might be one of the finest archeological sites in the Mediterranean. The library is certainly stunning and makes me wonder what kinds of books they kept. This time I got to see the ...
DAY 22 … Monday, April 2nd … At Sea
DAY 23 … Tuesday, April 3rd … Kusadasi, Turkey
DAY 24 … Wednesday, April 4th … Kusadasi, Turkey
Into the land of Turkish DELIGHT, coffee, carpets, jewelery and bazaars.This place has grown since the last time we visited and has become much more cosmopolitan with ...
... I made my way to the Boomerang hostel where the owner told me in a thick Aussie accent how to get to the surrounding towns I planned on visiting during my Muslim graveyard research. Ironically I found out later he had only visited Australia a couple times.
Headed up to Serince the old greek vineyard village that the Selcuks overlooked until recent history, I was awed by the stunning cliffs, rolling hills of olive ...