Hotel Golden Sun
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... embroidery and leather work. We also had a delicious and well priced lunch.
Ephesus as expected was amazing. We cycled there from the camp – the road was quite busy with tour buses heading in. It’s incredible to think the settlement goes back more than a thousand years and spans numerous leadership regimes.
Unlike most other archaeological sites this was the remains of an entire ...
... down a catwalk. We were then herded into a big showroom of their products. They were amazing designs but made from Lamb leather. (No I didn't buy anything here)
I then headed back to the hotel to try and recharge the batteries (mine and the camera's). Tonight we celebrated Leaha's birthday with a lovely cake at dinner. Unfortunately I was unwell (recharge didn't work) but our tourmates took Leaha out for her birthday. ...
... historians — the building faces east so that the reading rooms could make best use of the morning light.
A part of the site, Basilica of St. John, was built in the 6th century AD, under emperor Justinian I, ...
... In the entrance of the mosque, an inscription from God decorates the doorway. The columns inside the house of prayer are from earlier ruins in Ephesus, making an interesting contrast to the mosque The domes are ornamented by turquoise and blue faience, revealing the characteristic Ottoman style. The mosque was restored in 1934. Our last stop was The Temple of Artemis - one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and now known as one of the ...
... and imagine what it must have been in its hay-day. We loved the idea that things were covered in frescos, plaster and looked finished with color!
4. On to Pemukkale! This is our hotel town for the night, to set us up for touring the salt springs and Hierapolis tomorrow. We can walk down the water-filled salt terraces and tour more ancient ruins- more on that after we've done it :)
Getting here tonight involved more than we thought- a THREE hour train ...