Paloma Club Sultan Ozdere
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Today we walked through the ancient city of Ephesus (Efes).
It was built in the 10th century BC and had a population of 33,600 to 56,000 people in the Roman period.The city was famed for the Temple of Artemis (completed around 550 BC) and was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. It is situated on a hillside so you can walk from the top of ...
... flight from Istanbul to Izmir (did I mention that I'm a little tired of planes at the moment?), and then took the train from the Izmir airport into Selcuk. And, almost right on cue, Turkey reinforced its place in my mind as the country with the best hospitality anywhere in the world - there was a very helpful guy on the train who clearly thought it a natural duty to lift my 22.3-kg bag onto the train for me, and ...
... in particular the 12,000 seat Roman theatre (Ken started counting but lost track). Spent a couple of hours wandering amount the ruins, with an ice-cream stop in the middle. then its back down the terraces (more photos for the blog), and into the car.
From Pammukkale we drove to the ancient city of Afrodisias, slightly off the beaten track and therefore not so overrun with tourists and more overgrown with vegetation. The 7000 seat theatre (auditorium) and 30,000 seat stadium ...
... at it makes me so glad I am not in that profession!
Just after the terrace houses, my camera ran out of battery. I am glad I got pictures of the more interesting/famous things. There were also a lot of cats and some really cute puppies as well, so I may have used a lot of the battery life on the animals! In the other half, I saw another theatre, a few fountains, another agora, and a bunch of inscribed slates, and many more cats. It was all ...
... off key noises but the locals loved it and the kids were dancing well past midnight when we decided to call it a night and went and crashed out for the night.
The next morning was another scorcher. We got up and bought 7kg water melon (thats a small one) and drove east again towards pamukkale. There are some chalk hills that has been a roman bath since 300BC or something like that.