Golden Moon Apart Hotel
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... It was an amazing sight as we had never considered a rug to be a coveted item in a home let alone a beautiful work of art! During the presentation one of the owners keyed in on us mentioning our home state of California. He had gone to school there and met his wife in Southern California. After chatting for a bit he invited us into another room to show us more of the business and to view some rugs...the trap was set. Although he ...
... Park. Now, when we booked this excursion this description caused us a little consternation. Who would put a theme park next door to historical ruins ?!? Fortunately it is not a theme park in the way we imagined... IT IS a large, new complex specifically built for the tour buses, tourists etc. where we had lunch provided (after being dressed in our Roman Togas) The lunch was meant to be representative of what the Roman residents of Ephesus of the time would have eaten. ...
Saturday 19 April
It rained solidly overnight, and we were very pleased to have discovered that the tent leaked during the day as we had a rain cover on our tent, others didn't and theirs did leak.
I think if the rain had been the only variable, things would have been fine, but I think the rain and the 5.45am start as well as Luke and I`s general disorganisation meant that it was a stressful morning. The ...
... which was down by the water. All down hill which was great. Lovely day - about 23degrees. Unfortunately the museum was closed - so we stopped near the ferry terminal and had a coffee. Then caught the furnicular up to Taksim Square. Statue of Ataturk - father of the Turks - in square. We then walked back to Pera (hotel) - stopped for sandwich in mall.
Ooooops - wrong military museum - found there was another one - so we will head for that first ...
... reconstructed piece of ruins I have seen. It was built in 117 A.D. as a monumental tomb for Gaius Julius Celsus Polemaeanus, the governor of the province of Asia, by his son. I can't believe how well much of the carving has held up over these many years. I can't imagine anything we've built modernly holding up 100 years, let alone nearly 900! From there, we continued to walk up, passing the latrines, bath house, brothel and the Hercules Gate. By this time, there were so ...