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Another early start to get us all to the ancient Greco Roman site of Ephesus which City was once only second in size to Rome and a prosperous large city port on the Aegean Coast for thousands of years. Although only about 18%25 of Ephesus has been uncovered it is a great area of ruins which takes about 2 hours to walk around and in the hot sun that was quite draining. Yet it was amazing to see such well preserved ...
... I change the battery pack. Oops! Spare battery in bus. So I gave up the photography thing and just enjoyed being there.
We lunched in an out of the way place in the country called 'My Mother's Kitchen.’ The food was good – 15 TL for the small plate, 25TL for the unlimited buffet - but better than that were the shady ...
... Virtue), Ennoia (Intelligence) and Episteme (Knowledge). The terrace houses were constructed in the 1st century AD for wealthier inhabitants. They were multiple storied had Frescoes on the walls and heating systems below the floor. The public latrine had a square pool in the centre surrounded on four sides by toilet seats, in front of which was a channel of running water. Lined up one after the other - no visual privacy was ...
... churches of Asia inspired by St. John In 431 AD. The Third Ecumenical Council was held in the Virgin Mary Church in Ephesus. Ephesus was completely deserted after it went through a short glorious period in the 14th Century. During the Roman period the city flourished and had a population of about 45,000 people making it the third largest city during that time.The Temple of Artemis (55 BC) was one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. ...
... arrived. It was probably the best meal I have had so far in Turkey. In addition they had a couple of old water wells that had water flowing into them, which some of the other guests used to wash their hands and faces pre and post dinner. Given the heat I followed suit, and even later, and I say this in acute embarrassment, wet my shirt by taking it off and dipping it in the water - fortunately by this late hour I was the only person there.
I should explain, briefly, that ...