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Travel Blogs from Kusadasi
... br> We’re on our way
Lynn and Dave, Mary and Tim, Kathie and Don and Doug and I all met up at the International Café where there was a bit of hilarity going on as some "characters" created by Jim Henson’s company were out and about in the Atrium – Sally and Ogden ?? I’ve never heard of them but most guests seemed to enjoy the banter.
We had a light lunch around 11.30am and soon after, headed out and through the port area ...
... starts right down at the base of the steep climbing road creating an upper city and a lower city complex which was evident as old drystone walls and overgrown structures could be seen for the whole of the thirty minute climb to the upper city entrance. We had tossed up whether to go to see Ephesus and as it turned out we were all blown away by the fact it was so intact and restoration has been so successful.
Probably the most ...
... other agency but when I got there, nobody was manning the desk and a guy at the neighbouring Hertz desk said they wouldn’t return until 5pm (when our boat was due to leave), then he said they also have a desk at the port that will open at 4:30pm.
At 4:30 we finally noticed a queue forming at the port so we went over and joined the queue but as we got closer to the door after they opened I noticed that the door was passport control, no sign ...
Our next stop was Troy, the site of the famous Trojan War in
the 12th century B.C. There was a reproduction of the original
wooden Trojan horse that the Greeks hid inside and the Trojans mistakenly took
for a peace offering. I climbed up inside and had someone take pictures of me
in the window. We looked around the ancient ruins before continuing on to a
Turkish carpet store, very similar to the one I was ...
Depending on who you believe Ephesus is the second (or third) largest city of the Roman Empire. The other city being Alexandria. Spotty information here on the coast. We felt the ruins were comparable in size to the Roman Forum with much to still be explored. It was sad to see the area excavated previously had been left open to the elements and had severely deteriorated all the mosaics and frescos. ...