Hotel Anemon Aydin
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... bedrooms now dubbed the Southern Terrace. Since 2010, more than 100m of the western walls and towers have been restored using original materials. After we'd had our fill there, we walked down the hill and saw the ruins of a Byzantine Aqueduct. The pillars have been re-assembled and once supported brick arches. Now they support storks' nests! It's not nesting season at the moment but the storks' nests can be seen atop any tall pillar. There is a mix ...
The ship docked in Kusadasi, Turkey.
We toured the Ephesus ruins today, an ancient Greek city built in the 10th century BC.
Jody says the 17km bus ride to Ephesus was like a combination of Rome, France and Colorado, going thru small towns, seeing a few old structures, hills and mountains with plush greenery.
The Ephesus town ruins were very impressive.
... was a amphitheater that held 24,500 people, the Celsus Library was the third largest in the world at that time with over 12,000 scrolls, and the streets of marble- many over 50 feet wide, were lined with street lightsthat burned olive oil. Rain continued so we had to make our way to the exit, getting soaking wet on the way. A lazy afternoon was wasted playing Scrabble on the ipad. This area hasnt had rain since June so the locals are happy. Surprising ...
... made brooms sweeping and washing the part of the street just in front of the shop. Parts of the street were covered in vines of what looked like grapes, which had a lovely cooling effect on the streets below, as well as creating beautiful shadows across the ancient cobblestones and more recent cement, paving the streets in sections. Managed to get ourselves train tickets, most people speak some English, and we are learning a few words in Turkish to help us at least ...
... detail! Well, it was certainly a little bit more expensive than we had anticipated, however, worth every penny:) We also got talking to the owner of the store, and he told us about some of his travel experiences which was really interesting, as well as his explanation of the town and how it differs from Istanbul:) It seems that the small town charm is in full force here! We then turned back to our great hotel and slept soundly until morning:) Tiring but some ...