Onyria Claros Beach & Spa Resort
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... have uncovered < 20% of the site; recent discoveries are dated 5,000 BC! We strolled through the ruins, visited the Celsus library, learnt to distinguish Greek from Roman amphitheatres, admired the Romans' civility - running water and heated marble flooring in their homes, and a marble colonnaded shopping arcade over 0.5km long; but repulsed by their gruesome feeding of Christians to lions (arena walls contained the splashing of ...
... the open theatre/stadium. We cannot believe there is no security. The drive back to Kas, through the back roads is very mountainous. We drive through deep, hidden valleys dotted with the now familiar hot houses. A number of small villages exist providing us with the full flavour of rural Turkey .... we love! Macca's tours are great value! Our second day of sightseeing takes us west to Patara Beach. Macca, our tour guide, has read the beach is a quiet, pretty, sandy ...
... Pillars of marble and rock jutted out all over the land that we could see, broken and crumbling, but majestic all the same. We got to enter the old Roman bathrooms, which was literally just a bunch of holes in the rock that acted as an ancient toilet... not one that I think I would ever want to attempt to use. We then made it to the Celsus Library, which is probably the most impressive sight that we saw in Ephesus. It was largely still in tact, with the ...
... to goodness, thought, knowledge and wisdom....like that.....a god figure for each...the beginning of thinking about the nature of things and our role in that.....of course the lavatory was a big hit (thanks cq for the tip on that)....dacks down was just not possible with that many tour groups passing through, but the kids did jump the barrier for the compulsory Aussie abroad photo-op in the ancient communal ...
... but only about 2 feet high was the original ruins, and it was reconstructed. John lived there in Ephesus till he died, at about 100, one of the only followers of Jesus that was not beheaded or otherwise killed. We visited his tomb where they also built a church in the 6th century over and around the tomb. John wrote his gospel in ...