Scanway Bayview Hotel
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There is more than 2,500 years of history here. This was once the city of Halicarnassus, seat of the Kingdom of Caria, whose King Mausolos was entombed in a building heralded as a wonder of the ancient world. Centuries later Crusader Knights used marble from the tomb's ruins to construct St. Peter's Castle where the medieval fortress still stands guard over Bodrum's ...
Today was spent in Bodrum, a beautiful little seaside village which would be a holiday destination for the Turks. The money invested in yachts in this area is mind blowing. We headed along the promenade towards Castle of St Peter, the most prominent feature of Bodrum. We thought the walk would have been too far for us, however when you stroll along and check out the shops on the way the distance doesn't seem too bad. Jeanette and I bought ourselves a red leather bag each ...
... two young Dutch girls who were paying 500 euros each for 11 days food, drink and air fares included...that's very tempting! Yesterday we caught a bus to Gumusluk, a small town on the Bodrum Peninsula. We waded across a sunken road to a place called Rabbit Island, where evidently some 3000 years ago King Mausollus and his wife use to watch the sunset. Today we went ...
... stuffed with various vegetables and meats. You can see the picture below. We saw the ruins of the Basilica of Saint John's from the 16 century. Later that night we went shopping in town and purchased A genuine handmade Turkish rug. Another busy ...
... the coast which we had no idea it existed. It really made us want to come back to the area and explore more outside of the town.
Bus out took about an hour and we had plenty of time so ordered some lunch in the airport before heading through the gates for a chaotic entry onto our plane. No real drama and we settled in for a stunning flight over Turkey with the Aegean Sea on one side and the mountains, valleys and patchwork fields on the other. Beeeeautiful.