Ephesus Princess Hotel
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... require is on our informal scrap of paper.
When you see other countries vehicle paperwork then you can understand their confusion. Some look like gilded works of art with all the pomp and circumstance required of an official looking document and sealed with a wax stamp.
Everything is now in order and we are free to go, a little lighter in our pocket but happy and on our way to find lunch.
... for him. When it was built it was the biggest religious structure in the world. Now there is a mosque up there so I don't quite understand?
Quick lesson on religion. Muslims believe in life after death, just like Christians. They also believe in the virgin Mary birth of Jesus. They also believe in Adam, Noah, Abraham and Moses in the biblical sense. They also believe in the 5 pillars of Islam, profession of faith, daily prayers, alms giving, the fasting ...
... material from the first century.
While on the 3 hour walking tour, I used the mobile app to take pictures and compose this blog entry offline.
The bus tour ended at a rug shop back in Kusadasi where authentic Turkish refreshments were served while listening to a sales pitch to buy rugs. This shop had good fast wifi and I uploaded this blog posting with all the Ephesus pictures.
... an enormous cover to keep the elements out. It also keeps out the tourists, unless you pay extra to look at it, but you only find that out once you get to it. I guess it reduces the traffic through that area - we didn't go in. The rest of the long day was spent travelling to Troy. Some six lane motorway, some goat tracks over mountains, all on the same route. Mountain scenery quite ...
Dennis and I celebrated our third wedding anniversary--it's really hard to believe it's been that long already--on April 9 (Day 105). It didn't get off to the most auspicious start. At midnight, we had just boarded an overnight bus, which we thought would be direct to our next destination, but learned shortly before boarding that the direct bus was not running due to it still being low season in Turkey. At 4:20 a.m., we reached our transfer point and had ...