Onyria Claros Beach & Spa Resort
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We saw the sun rise from our train compartment and arrived at Izmir train station 2 hours late. If we'd only known we would have slept for longer! Mark had a late breakfast and then we took the local bus to Selçuk, where we are staying for the next two nights. This is the gateway to the Ephesus ruins. There is so much history wherever you turn your head. The Basilica of St. John was constructed by Justinian I in the 6th century. It stands over ...
Today we got to visit Ephesus. Ephesus was at its peak during the 1st and 2nd century AD. It was a major Roman city second in importance and size only to Rome. Ephesus has been estimated to be about 400,000 inhabitants in the year 100 AD, making it the largest city in Roman Asia. In 123 AD, the Library of Celsus (third largest library in the ancient world, after Alexandria and Pergamon) was constructed at Ephesus.
Ephesus also attracted Christian settlers (Greeks and ...
The House of the Virgin Mary Today we woke up, ate breakfast, and got on the bus as per our usual for the last couple of days. We drove for about an hour and arrived at the House of the Virgin Mary. There are many things that I want to write, and I'm going to attempt to give all my thoughts voice, but there is no guarantee. I want to start by saying, no matter what religious beliefs you hold or don't hold, there is something very spiritual about almost ...
Greetings from Pamukkale, after a long, beautiful day touring Ephesus! As asked for, the summary, with more below for those willing to read on...
1. First Turkish breakfast
2. Trip to Ephesus
3. While in Ephesus
4. Pamukkale- beyond the burbs!
1. I ate fresh baked bread and olives for breakfast! Really! It was delicious, and very dairy-free... Nate had the same... and cereal with milk.. and some sweet orange-ish drink that may have been ...
... on the minivan, he said how nice it was to meet us, and gave us out of his backpack a friendship bracelet for Greenox, and some lovely prayer beads for Sarah!! Such a lovely gesture! We were just sad we had nothing to give back to him, but he laughed and said it was not a problem:) He tried teaching us how to say thank you in Turkish - it sounded something like 'tea, sugar and a dream' - Turkish is hard! He finally said that 'Sol' is also acceptable, and way less ...