Hotel Anemon Aydin
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Our car and driver turned up right on time and we proceeded to the ruins of Ephesus where we met our guide who would spend the day explaining the history of Ephesus to us. Our first stop was the house where it is believed the Virgin Mary was brought by John the evangelist to whom Jesus entrusted her safe keeping and here she lived out the rest of her life. She is revered by the Muslims as being one of the most important prophets of her time and we were told that the ...
... Ross and Tricie for dinner and have an interesting evening with them. He's a senior Democrat in the Washington State House, a Yale graduate and former Microsoft executive (during the emergence of the company) and she's a French graduate and school administrator who competes in a serious women's soccer league in the Seattle area. We get on really well and Tricie promises to send Hilli various strands of wool from the lake area where their holiday house is. Yet more ...
... of our current repertoire:
- Turkish and Greek songs: Uskudar, Yerakina, Entarisi ala Benziyor, Dance of Zalongo, Turkish March for Voices
- American songs: Sing Me to Heaven, The Heart’s Cry, Long Time Ago, The Best of All, Dry Bones
... courtyards in the center, with the ceiling open. They were mostly two-storied, upper stores have collapsed during time. On the ground floor there were living and dining rooms opening to the hall, and upstairs there were bedrooms and guest rooms.
The heating system of the terrace houses were the same as that in baths. Clay pipes beneath the floors and behind the walls carried hot air through the houses. The houses also had cold and hot water. The rooms had no ...
... his son supposedly made. He also wrote our names in Arabic and presented them to us with great reverence. From there we drove to “Bizim Ev”, a restaurant again recommended by Maggie, which was home cooking in a garden setting. Tour buses stop here, but fortunately we had the place to ourselves. The food just keeps getting better and better! I’m subjecting my digestive juices to all kinds of new taste sensations, so I hope they can keep ...