Golden Gate Apart Hotel
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... beer, the pubs weren't selling alcohol today as it was Election Day, the boys sniffed one out they were serving beer in Kentucky chicken paper cups, that cured their grumbles and whinging about being ripped off with their Turkish Shaves. We also watched women making hand made carpets, what a tedious job, some of the larger carpets take 3 years to make. The Mediterranean classical city of Ephesus is the port's major attraction, we opted not to visit, nothing could ...
... are visibly able to see where the external fireplaces were, with the pipes carrying the hot air into the homes to heat both the floors and the walls. They also had a primitive type of cooling for summer. Once we left the Terrace Houses, we went to visit the communal toilets!!! They were arranged side by side with no partitions between them and apparently slaves heated the toilet stones (seats) in winter before their masters used them. The most well known and photographed building ...
... which had in its center a water pool that was about 600 feet in length. The agora could hold 7000 people.
WOW#5 was the Greek theater which had converted to a Roman style theater that needed virtually no restoration. It is large and beautiful.
WOW#6 was the Temple of Aphrodite, for whom the site was named. She was the Greek goddess of love and beauty and the temple dedicated to her was the focal point ...
... Blue Mosque and St Sophia.
Istanbul does not have laundromats - so washing was an exercise of relays in the bathroom basin. The room ended up looking like a wet day laundry !!!!!!!
After an exhausting afternoon washing(!) we set off in to the pedestrian mall which leads to Taksim Square - the full length of the mall must be several Kms - with brand names mingled with Turkish gear and souvenirs. Thousands out shopping, eating, chatting, ...
... be scaring their clients with an sense of aussie humor so dry it borders on pathological bald-faced lying, and dishing out hookah pipes to same, both of which I had thrust upon me to my a, b and possibly even c -musement.
Whilst waiting for the overnight bus to take me far away from these strange, sarcastic hybrids I discovered that Selcuk is also home to an open air train museum. If ever there comes a dismal moment in the course of my life ...