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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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Today we visited Selcuk which is one of the most visited places in Turkey. It is home of one of the seven ancient architectural wonders of the earth, Temple of Artemis. What was once a structure containing approximately 127 columns is now a single column which remains.
In the evening we visited the Ephesus which is an old Greek city built …
... ruins in the eastern Mediterranean. Only an estimated 15% has been excavated. The ruins that are visible give some idea of the city's original splendor, and the names associated with the ruins are evocative of its ...
... Artemis Hotel would hold your bags for a small fee, even if you're not staying there as an overnight guest. We weren't sure if this were actually true, but we didn't have any other options. We eventually found the hotel, but it was locked up and there was no doorbell. We figured we would walk around for half an hour or so until (hopefully) some coffee shops opened up and we could sit down and regroup. Very happily, some guy shouted at us out of one of ...
... down a marble hallway/entranceway to an area with a pool, and inside was a gorgeously decorated house with rooms set beside an open courtyard. You’d never know it was here judging from the lone door on the dilapidated street! The owners, Maggie & Nick, spent some time chatting with us – Maggie is from South Africa and is a historian, so really knows this area well. They live in London during the off-season. Maggie recommended that we have dinner ...
... Paul must have traveled through all these port towns on his journeys in and out of Ephesus. Came back to Selçuk and ate then went to the candy shop for turkish delight. he had all kinds of sample and I got several different flavors. Saw storks nesting in the aqueducts. The locals all say that they are migrating from Africa and that they stop in their town every spring. They claim that this little town is where they nest every year and no place ...