Grand Sevgi Hotel
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Turkey is a big place and it was another big day (4 hours) of travelling, this time by train, to get to Pamukkale. We arrived at our hotel by private transfer from the train station just after lunch about 1.00pm, having stopped at a truck stop ffor lunch. Lunch was a most delicious bread roll stuffed with Turkish meatballs and salad. We sat on the …
... more than 5 Turkish Lira ($1.85). I bought and received a scarf from Janet. Amazing what 5 TL can buy.
Another two-hour drive back across the Taurus Mountains brought us to Aphrodisias, an Ancient Greek and Roman site. Before exploring the ancient city, we lunched on salads and Pida bread with toppings. Aprodisias grew into a significant town around 2nd century BC and had a temple devoted to Aphrodite, goddess of love. It ...
... on the side of the highway and were pretty sure they would have lamb.
Then an easy 250 Kilometer drive to Pamukkale. Would have been "more easy" if we did not end up going the wrong way a couple of times thanks to my lovely navigator. 10 out of 10 on the lovely ...
... on postcards and tourists' maps. And it doesn't hurt that Paul wrote a letter to the Ephesians either. And if anyone is interested in his life, Turkey is the place to go.
There is now a popular tour route called "In the Footsteps of Paul" where you can go to his hometown (Tarsus), and the first several cities he lived and traveled in while spreading Christianity. Yep, it all happened in what's now Turkey.
... but decided not to go to the trouble of changing and hopping in.
Drove on to Selcuk after lunch. We met a Chinese family at breakfast and kept bumping into them by chance all day – even on the road to Izmir! Walked around Selcuk before retiring to the Paris Hotel.
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