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Travel Blogs from Kusadasi
... touristy horse. God there was some rubbish and they could do so much better in getting the tourists to part with their lira. The are going to put a museum here and that will be a good thing I think to show people the 9 layers of history and explain homer's Iliad. Then we all got on a bus and dropped off to pick up a coach to kusadasi, well what a horror (really grumpy service and they made you sit in your allocated seat even though it was half empty) and 7 hours later ...
... new amphitheatre for the politicians exposed – no hint of that when we were last there, as well as the hospital site – quite amazing to have uncovered it really.
We went into the Terrace Houses where the richest people lived and they were truly remarkable feats of construction. Clearly there had been considerable damage due to successive earthquakes over the past couple of millenniums, but what we could see ...
... nice for a change, but I think I prefer the "rough and tumble" type of travel as a general rule. I love being treated like a princess, but only for a short time!!
Most of you will remember that I cycled from Paris to Istanbul in 2008 with 45 other cyclists from around the world, and that at the end of that trip several of us spent an extra week in Istanbul before heading home. Being back in this beautiful city has been a wonderful experience. I had ...
... to Selšuk, our primary purpose was to visit the ruins of Ephesus, billed by many as the most impressive ruined city in all of Turkey. The owner of the tiny restaurant next to our hostel, which served some of the best vegetarian Turkish cuisine we had tasted so far, offered us a free lift to the ruins the following morning. It was an offer we could not refuse, and all that stood between us and their free transport were the heaps of bedding that pinned us to our ...
... the days of Jesus and following his death, John the Evangelist (one of the apostles) was assigned the region of Asia Minor to spread Christianity. He is said to have died here in Selcuk and there was a basilica built atop a hill in the 6th century to mark the site where he was buried. The Basilica of St. John still stands atop that hill.
Next up was the Temple of Artemis, once one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. A Greek ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking