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.
... Ephesus are actually quite extensive but that being said, they’ve only excavated about 15% of the city. The first major structure I came across was the theatre which seated about 1,500 people and was used for plays and concerts but also city council meetings so every Thursday morning, 450 aristocrats hashed out the city business here. Just to give you an idea of exactly *how* much the site has been excavated, this theatre was completely buried to its upper seats!
... an old, grey stoned structure. I soon realised, to my amazement, that it was the remains of a fortress. The sun, now blissfully beating down, with nothing but the sounds of waves crashing against the rocks beneath. I felt as though I had stumbled upon a secret, hidden jewel; free from worry, doubt, and an extreme contrast to its connecting city, Kusadasi. This place, I shall never forget. The day I discovered peace within lifes craziness- my breathtaking travel moment. ...
... apparently lived here for the largest part of his life and was the only disciple not killed, but rather is believed to have lived to 90 or so years. Mary, the mother of Jesus, was also thought to have moved to live in Ephesus after the death of Jesus, as he had instructed John to care for her. Claire visited the house named as Mary's home.
Buildings and items of note that are very visible and that we visited were such things as the ...
... courtyards in the center, with the ceiling open. They were mostly two-storied, upper stores have collapsed during time. On the ground floor there were living and dining rooms opening to the hall, and upstairs there were bedrooms and guest rooms.
The heating system of the terrace houses were the same as that in baths. Clay pipes beneath the floors and behind the walls carried hot air through the houses. The houses also had cold and hot water. The rooms had no ...