Grand Onder Hotel
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Today we woke up before dawn for the almost 3 h trip to Kusadasi where we were to meet our Tour. We missed out on breakfast at the hotel, so did not get my share of olives or cheese! To make up for it, our driver stopped at a road side diner to have his nicotine fix and we all had tea and Borek, the little cheese filled pastries available …
... up walking back though a closed site but were able to get in and look around. The Seven Sleepers is a Catholic holy site where hundreds of people wanted to be buried. We saw burial chambers hewn in the rock all over. A neat place. W then trekked across some guys orange grove to get back to the main road and visited the Temple of Artemus. This was one of the seven wonders of the ancient world and the largest Temple in the Roman Empire. Unfortunately what's left is very little ...
... each year. Arriving at Selšuk, expecting a barrage of taxi drivers, tour guides and kebab houses vying for our custom, we were pleasantly surprised to find a relaxed, attractive town with lush green spaces and no hassle whatsoever. The sun was bright and, during the days at least, the temperatures were far better than places further north.
Our hostel was, likewise, a friendly place, but a rather haphazard basement conversion found us in a freezing dormitory ...
... more than 200,000 many believe, so Christians could hide in plain sight.
Also, Ephesus was built into the side of a mountain and the House of the Virgin Mary is even higher up the mountain providing a degree of safety for Mary. The actual house is small but the gardens surrounded it were beautiful. The house also had a cistern system with water being piped underground to the house much like the upper crust ...
... Hierapolis and not see that theatre. So I began what I knew would be a brutal hike up the hill and was I ever right. Visions of the death stairs at Machu Picchu crossed my mind as I trudged up the road to the top of the hill. In the distance the hill had not looked so bad, however, the fact that I was tired, had not eaten and was incredibly hot in the not a cloud in the sky 90 plus degree heat was taking its toll. By the time I got to the top of the hill it was all I could ...