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... sweat it out...
Because of my "heads" I didn't stay in there too long, Doug was in for it though! When I emerged back through the little rooms I got to the room with the table....Oh my God, there was a young man soaping up this young girl and he was giving her a real work over... Hmmmm, I was told to "sit there" which I did and waited my turn for the massage.
By now Doug was out of the steam room and was watching ..... My turn the young ...
... sell turkish rugs, We event got to contribute, All the rugs are made with tiny knots tied one by one, I now understand why they are so so pricey! It was great to see that!
Our Contiki group then headed to see what hotel we'd be staying in for the night, If the accident hadn't happened wed still be on the boat sailing to the Greek Islands, but we arrived at one incredible location! Its called the Suhan ...
... and there is no high wall at the back of the stage area. Still remaining are the altar for sacrifices to Dionysus and the " posh" seats for the higher echelons as well as a water clock used for timing political speeches. An amazing site and only a handful of visitors. Even fewer people are at our next stop Miletus which has a larger theatre seating 15,000 which was modified by the Romans but has very well preserved entrances ...
Having sailed through the night, we entered into the Port of Kusadasi (Ephesus) in Turkey at around 6:00am 18 July 2014. We sailed into the harbour of the Port, closely followed by 3 other large ships. Probably in the order of around 8,000 to 9,000 people reaching the shores of Kusadasi within around a half and hour period.
I alighted the ship at 7:30am to go on a 4 hour tour of Ancient Ephesus. It was about a 15min drive from the new Kusadasi ...
This morning we woke up a little late and had to rush down to breakfast and grab something quickly. Then we hopped on the bus and we headed to the ancient city of Ephesus and it was a very long and busy but also amazing day! Our first stop of the day was to The House of Mary, which is the final resting place and the shrine of the Virgin Mary. It has a beautifully restored chapel where people of all religions, but mostly Christians and some Muslims, ...