Hotel Anemon Aydin
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... load of bollocks but it entertained the kids as they were able to sit down and make some knots on the carpet one of the women was working on. We went into another room where they were showing us different styles and how they’ve changed over time. Next thing I know, I’m drinking a beer while Hilary’s having large carpets brought out. She found a carpet that she loved for the living room but when we asked the price, I ...
... is a dangerous thing, we've found out. They have the same pedestrian crossing zones at intersections, like in the rest of Europe. But here, it means that drivers speed up to try to hit tourists! All kidding aside, pedestrians have to yield to cars, even when they have the red light.
We walked back to the fray just as it was starting to wrap up at sunset. We managed to get in an empty dolmus by walking past the pickup point ...
... some gozleme on the way at a pleasant but very touristy restaurant, before spending a couple of hours waking through the site with the help of an audio guide.
Interesting things we learnt from Ephesus:
1. Togas were only worn by Roman nobility.
2. People went to the toilet next to each other and thought nothing of it.
3. Romans were within their rights to kill their own slaves without any repercussions.
... wonderful to see the rooms and mosaics. That was probably the highlight for me at Ephasus.
Peter was very good and did not make it difficult, but has declared NO MORE ruins for him.
We walked down the streets of Ephasus and the view back to the theatre as we left was stunning.
We got back to town mid afternoon and came across a beautiful courtyard restaurant attached to the Boomerang Hotel in the centre of Selcuk. ...
Wandered around Selcuk, which took all of 15 mins end to end. Bought some snacks and then hiked up to St. Jeans Basilica for a photo op. Had a view of the whole town. I want to say it was breathtaking, but it really wasn't; Selcuk is a small, sleepy town without key landmarks, so it just looks like I took a photo from a hill.
On the walk back to the hostel, met a restaurant owner named Mehmet, who invited me in for tea despite me saying I didn't plan to ...