- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and Athens. Ephesus is a huge city with openly about 15%25 excavated. At one time, there may have been as many as 300,000 people lived here! In it's time, Ephesus was a port city, but over the centuries, the port has filled with soil from erosion and now the sea is 20 km away!! Artemis was the main goddess of Ephesus. She was the god of fertility. She is depicted in statues with many breasts. Her mother was Hera. She also had a ...
... multiple helpings and efes beer. The next stop was one that could have very easily been left off the tour. We were driven up into the hills to the Virgin Mary's House. Apparently, this place was discovered after several visions were had by some religious people. We had a quick walk through the supposed house, which is more like a little shrine and spent the rest of the time sitting at a picnic table writing postcards to friends back home. Our next stop was at a ceramic ...
... gym, brothel, library. The roads are paved with marble, the flat surface has been marked with grooves so the horses can climb. The city shows the earliest advertising in the world.. The pavement was marked with with a burnt in footprint and above a cross, the horizontal length of the cross was bigger on one side, this shows the direction in which to walk to the brothel!!, My eyes meet the worlds largest theater! The compasity of the theater held 1 million ...
... of the wines at this time. We arrived back at Muses House at about 3:30 and spent the next few hours relaxing. I spent it typing up my journal and checking my e-mail!
At 7:30 we drove to “Belen Coban Sofrasi”, a restaurant perched on the top of the hill looking towards the sea over the hills and valleys. The sun had just set but the sky was pink and the moon and north star were brilliant. The restaurant was very casual with recessed ...
... fired oven.....very moorish ..... A round ground beef one came out which we were shown how to eat, Squeeze fresh lemon,then add sliced tomato then a sprinkle of salt then roll up....mmm delish. The private tours have been great, in that we get to go to where the locals eat rather than the touristy restaurants and get to meet the families that own them. As we all know, Turkey is also famous for its leather....we decided to visit a large leather manufacturer. They sure know ...