Hotel Goldenday Wings
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I could never grow old of it. Each venture through the market- filled, winding lanes usually took me somewhere new and unexpected. This town was rapidly becoming a city, with crowds at every turn. I was yet to experience the tranquility I so desired here. I found this place endearing yet with no sounds of silence, I became restless.
A searingly hot August afternoon, I began to saunter along the harbour, on the edge of the city's madness. Today, ...
... We saw some cool ruins, some relatively intact terrace palaces (think super celebrity elaborate) and an awesome library, not to mention the marble roads. Afterwards it was to a Turkish carpet factory for a brief visit and some learning. We didn't even know we were coming here but it was actually very interesting. We saw some ladies making the carpets by hand. No wonder ...
... place where St. Paul wrote the first book of Corinthians. The Virgin Mary, St. John, Julius Caesar, Anthony and Cleopatra all walked the same marble streets that we were walking today.
Our homemade tour took us through the old governmental center, residential neighborhood, shopping areas, and the theater district. We saw the State Agora, Stoa Basilica, Odeon, Prytaneion, Dometian Square, Hercules Gate, Trajan’s Fountain, ...
... of Kusadasi,through tall hills covered with groves of olive trees. The valleys were planted with a variety of crops, primarily cotton. I'm sorry to say that it's difficult to show you the beauty of the landscape with photos...it's impossible to capture it with a camera. But I think it was the most interesting countryside I've seen on this trip, and we've seen some really great scenery!
The city of Priene was planned by a Persian (Iran today) governor ...
... for our 2-day trip to E. Central Turkey, which meant flying via Istanbul. On the way to the airport we made a short stop to see Ephesus, an ancient Greek City (2,00 years old) before the Romans took over. The place was packed with tourists wanting to see one of the "Seven Wonders of the Ancient World"! It was an important center for Early Christianity. Paul lived in Ephesus and wrote I Corinthians between 53 & 57 AD. Ephesus ...