Hotel Anemon Aydin
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... another birthday present!
We had a quick stop at the Temple of Artemis, a ruin with only a few remaining bits before lunch at a traditional Turkish restaurant. This place was definitely the tourist trail, and we looked like the only foreigners in for lunch. We were fed vegetable omelette, golzemme, Turkish ravioli, dip, salad with the most incredible tomatoes I have ever eaten, bread, olives and pickles.
... enough to entice us to buy a rug (for you, very good price!?) We also visited a small village in the hills, Sirince. This was a wine district and of Greek origins...it was lovely, but very geared up for the tourist buses...not the $2 local bus tourists like us! Today I went to a Hamam, (Turkish Bath) it's Friday and so its for women only. It was great, although I didn't have a clue what I was supposed to be doing...and ...
Turkey is a very exotic destination, and very different to all the other countries we've visited on this trip to this point. The meeting point of Europe and Asia. Is it Asia, Europe or the Middle East? It doesn’t completely feel like one or the other, and is a bit of a melting pot of all three. Being so close to the Syrian border and other troubled Middle Eastern countries, Turkey has suffered from the warnings of foreign governments (including Australia) not to ...
... for an early start the next morning. I had heard horror stories about the crowds of tour groups and day trippers at Ephesus, and the importance of avoiding cruise ship days, but I had a plan. I decided to get there at opening time and enter from the much less popular bottom gate in hopes of avoiding the crowds, so I was up early was at the bottom gate 15 minutes before it opened to find myself the only one there. On entering I was still the only person around, and ...
... had to carry them down the hill and up. The city had big pillars at the temple of Athena, god of knowledge, and a road down to the harbour but we didn't go there because the guide said there would be snakes. I also sat in the Parliament House. We then drove to a city called Miletus were we walked past a group of noisy school kids to a huge theatre that was really cool. We then walked to an intersection with a road heading down to other buildings. We turned right towards ...