Fito Bay Hotel Samos
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... Island right in front of us. The little bit of Greece we were asked to find. The next couple of days involve local sightseeing with "Macca's Tours". Barry has been researching the local area and takes us north, east and west .... lucky we didn't go south .... big drops into the Med from the road along the cliffs above! We visit the Arykanda Ruins from Roman origins dating from the 4th century BC. We are the only ones there fossicking through in some places well preserved ...
... delegated her to take victory everywhere she goes. I spect that this is where "Nike" derived their famous slogan "Just do it".
The 24,500 seats in the Arena will give you some idea how enormous this site is. It is believed that Saint Paul on his travels visited and gave his sermons to the Ephesians from the centre stage in the this Arena.
House of the Virgin Mary
Around 15 minutes ...
... obtain some information about what to do in Pamukkale.
As it happens Moustafa felt his opportunity so after offering us the tour around Pamukkale for TL 60 per person he kept talking about other things we must definitely do in Cappadocia (we mentioned we wanted to go there after Pamukkale). Obviously he didn´t forget to ask us we plan to experience one of the biggest attractions in Cappadocia, flight in a hot air balloon above the Red and Rose Valley. We honestly ...
Ephesus was rebuilt all together 4 times, and we went to visit what was left of it from the 3rd time, which was constantly being built from 300 B.C. to 700 a.d.
After Jesus died, John took on the duty of taking care of Mary to be his mother at Jesus' command. He brought her to Ephesus where she lived out her life. We visited ...
... the fountain, drinking it and taking it with them. I don’t think I would drink that water… even if I believed it to be holy.
After a quick bus ride down the mountain, which only slightly reminded Alex and I of "Ice Road Truckers" we were headed to the ancient city of Ephesus. Wow!!! What a city. Marble Marble everywhere! You can imagine how this city just sparkled in it’s hey day! The library was immense with a lot of ...