Golden Gate Apart Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... cruise ships were docked. Thrusts of people began emerging, scurrying towards the bargainous shopping and the 'genuine fake' brands that awaited them. Before me was an area unfamiliar to my vast existing knowledge of this city, yet I continued on, and found myself on a long pier, stretching towards a lone island. On I went, with the anticipation of the unknown building within me. Upon my arrival to the piers end, I was teeming with excitement at the beauty that ...
... so expensive. Back to the ship for some lunch, a nap and a quick gym session before heading up to the pool deck for a little taste of mohitos before we anchor in Patmos and get little tender boats onto the island. Personally I like Patmos a lot more than Mykonos ... It feels more relaxed and isn't quite so hot. Aimee and I both buy a white sarong for tonight's white Greek themed ...
... Hadrian, and of course, the public toilets. Few Ephesians could afford their own bathroom, so they had to do their business in a public place with everyone else. I would have NO friends if I was forced to do my business in an outdoor public toilet. I would have been exiled on the belief that my gut was full of poison. Gross. I’ll add ‘private bathroom’ to the list of things I’m thankful for at our next Thanksgiving ...
... 4th century BC where they hoped to build a deep-water port. Within a short time Alexander the Great (Macedonian Empire) took over the region, and continued the construction, including a temple to Athena which he paid for, dedicated in 323 BC. The city was constructed of marble from nearby quarries; the public area is laid out in a grid pattern up the steep slopes, twelve hundred feet above sea level. It has been excavated by the British and the Germans ...
... Famous “Temple of Artemis”, from 550 BC, excavated in 1870s, but much more needs to be uncovered – only 15% of the site has been excavated so it is going to be a massive area when completed. It once held 250,000 people with its marble streets, the amazing “Celcus Library”, Stadium, Gymnasium and Roman baths.
We were a group of 31, which is manageable. One of the things we love about the SAS trips is that ...