Golden Moon Apart Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the Acropolis, and we had very tired feet, the temperature was a mega 36degrees today, we were happy to retreat back to the ship for a cold drink. Tonight being our last night at sea we dined in the restaurant which was very enjoyable. Bags are packed ready to depart our rooms at 9am tomorrow morning ready for our bus trip back to Dalaman to catch our flight back to Gatwick. What a fabulous week we have had.
Currency Turkish Lira, $1 equals 2 Turkish ...
... is the Celsius Library. It is beautiful (and huge) and it was amazing to see it in real life. The other building I would like to mention is the Great Theatre. It had a capacity of 25,000 people, and has even been used for some open air concerts in more recent times including Elton John!!! The idea of holding a modern day rock concert in the stone ruins just blows my mind... As always I could have explored Ephseus for a lot longer but... After leaving we travelled to the ...
... town. It was later converted to a church when the Christians prevailed in the area. Partially restored it is still an imposing structure.
After lunch we completed the day by driving to the town of Kusadasi on the Mediterranean Sea. Our hotel here is a true 5 star and we lounged on the deck overlooking the sea before dinner.
Tomorrow we head to the major attraction in the area-the legendary site of ...
We ate at a kebab restaurant - no tourists - all Turks - so assumed it must be pretty good. Ate up on a terrace with view down the mall.
One strange aspect of our travels is the water - we have found it must have a component which shrinks clothes dramatically - we are going to lodge a complaint with the various tour companies we have travelled with - really not a good selling point to other travellers.
We set off to find the ...
... else brings joy to my shriveled heart, I will still love clambering over condemned and decommissioned locomotives. Oh, how I clambered.
Yes, I'm 30 years old and alone on the far side of the world with thousands of dollars.
No, there is litterally nothing I'd rather be doing with my day.
Childhood impulses thus temporarily sated, I embarked the long dark journey into the heart of Turkey to a region known as Cappadocia.