Hotel Fantasia Deluxe
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2nd visit to Turkey for me and Allan. First for the whole family.
1st time all inclusive. Good choice.
Great hotel. Welcoming and helpful staff with a great time had by all.
Although life changed for almost everyone within months of this trip it will remain as a something we will all treasure.
We motor overnight from Patmos to Turkey's west coast. It's an ungodly start for holidays... A 7am breakfast for an 8.15am departure from Kusadasi, the Turkish port city for the inland Roman ruins of Ephesus, a 20 minute bus drive.
Kusadasi has been constructed solely to service the large tourist ships coming to Ephesus and a new city has grown around it in just 15 years. For a port that sees about 600 ships a year, we strike what must be the only day in the year ...
... As we walk the two kilometres down the track that used to be a bustling street, past ruins that used to be shops and houses, George paints a picture of life as it once was. "These are the remnants of the ancient water pipes that carried warm and cold water to each house…. This is the communal toilet block where the Roman men sat to discuss politics ...
Spending the afternoon in Kusadasi Turkey:
After touring the Ephesus ruins, the bus tour stopped by some local shops nearby for a snack and more shopping.
We arrived back in Kusadasi after lunch where we were dropped off at the Matis rug shop for some authentic Turkish refreshments while listening to a sales pitch to purchase rugs. The shop had good fast wifi that was ...
First, right here in Selcuk (sell-chuck), a 5-minute walk behind my pansiyon (B&B) is all that is left of one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the incredible Temple of Artemis. Artemis is also known as Diana today. This would be the first of three of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World that I would "see" this week...awesome!
It all began in the 7th century BCE. ...