Fito Bay Hotel Samos
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... the temples, shops, public squares, baths, gyms and marble roadways which even as ruins provide an impressive insight into this amazing ancient city.
What we didn't see was the Temple of Artemis - a wonder of the ancient world but destroyed by a Christian mob in 300AD...
After several hours touring the ruins - and 260 photos later - we returned to the ship: tired, happy and prepared to leave Turkey after a wonderful ...
We set our alarm for 6:00 am in order to be ready for our excursion at 8:30 am. We had our breakfast in the buffet and waited on deck 7 for Keith and Teresa, Dave and Lillian and Arlene and Bill to join us. I arranged this tour via cruise critic and they all expressed interest in joining us and reducing the cost. Unfortunately, Teresa had been ill throughout the night and was quarantined by the ship nurse for 24 hrs due to suspected norovirus illness. We departed the ship and were ...
... with ours). It was stinking hot, but if you could ignore that and the crowds, it was an amazing place. Tuly showed us what used to be the city water tank, and the pipes that lead into every house. Two thousand years ago, the people of Ephesus had a clean water supply and a sewerage system! Incredible. The most spectacular site was the old library, which is now just one wall, stories high. It is an awesome view. We got back onto the bus very hot and sweaty, and once again the three ...
... named capital of the Roman province of Asia by Augustus, and received emperial investments from Hadrian, Trajan, Domitian and Nero; later, Byzantine monarchs Justinian and Theodosius financed churches and councils here.
And somewhere in this ancient Gotham urban jungle of commerce, deities and opulence, a Jew from a small village in eastern Anatolia came to town in the mid-1st century A.D. By long-standing tradition so did the ...
... To each side are points of interest, such as the Agora, Odeon, Prytaneion and Temples of Domitian and Hadrian.
Probably the most unusual site is the latrines, of prime interest for tour groups who always seem to spend their time searching for clean rest rooms. The marble toilet seats are laid out in a row around the walls of the building over a stone channel with running water.