Faustina Hotel & SPA
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Guzelcamli
... fittings and roadways displaying a richness and grandeur far exceeding anything outside Rome. Only 15 per cent of the city has been unearthed and it's incredible to think what else will be discovered. Despite walking both up and down Ephesus and taking my time, I was back in selcuk at lunchtime at a loss as to what to do next. So I went and wandered the streets and came across the selcuk hamam. I had looked into going to a Turkish bath in Istanbul, but had been put off by ...
... visiting travelers asking for health and protection. The languages varied from English to Turkish and even Chinese. This site is also a shrine for Muslims as they believe that Jesus was a holy prophet. I thought this may have been my one opportunity to visit here in a long time so I figured this would be the one place where I could purchase souvenirs for my family so then it may convince them to come with me sooner.
... tried to buy a nice bracelet but the lowest I could get was 40€ and she thought it was too much. We returned to the ship with a Coke Light, and a Mars and Snickers chocolate bar. Stephen came down with a sore throat and fever so he rested. Carly and I laid out by the pool but it was beginning to get chilly. There wasn't too much to do in the evening so we had a late dinner in the Alizar and planned to go for dinner but we all decided sleep was more important. We crashed at ...
... degrees out in the blaring sun). A very persuasive man started out by being helpful when we had a mix-up with our tickets, and became a pushy salesman later as he tried to convince us to visit his store in Bergama.
We drove another two hours or so, past fields of corn (again, both fresh and dried), olive groves by the thousands, potato fields, lime trees, and agriculture galore, stopping in Dikili on the waterfront for lunch. We were presented menus ...
... just got to sit around and watch everyone when we arrived as could barely walk. As the chickens were cooked in the world war two oven the previous night it was all systems on the salad. Didn't want to aggravate my knee too much so no drinking and off to bed.
Getting out of the tent in the morning was a mission. Not sure why I always leave it to the last minute to get up and pee in the morning, but when you have a dodgy knee I ...