Hotel Anemon Aydin
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... of the terraced houses... the Celsus library... the setting of the city against the hills with its fertile plain leading to the sea, where 2000 years ago there was a river estuary and a carved-out harbour. A couple of hours simply vanishes. We also visit the ruins of the huge St John Basilica on the neighbouring hill... which also contains a fortress from Moorish times. Recent excavations suggest that this hill is the site of the very first settlement. ...
... few years ago when everyone was talking about the end of the Mayan calendar on December 12, 2012. According to the people analyzing this, Sirince was one of only two places that was not going to be destroyed. Because of that, the town was overrun with tourists that month!
We had a very nice time walking through the town for a bit and finding a restaurant. You'll see photos attached.
All in all, a quiet and relaxing day!
... inner library, the floor is decorated with marble. The library was destroyed in 270 AD and never rebuilt. Tetragonas Agora- This commercial Agora goes back to the 3rd century BC, with an expansion under the reign of Augustus (27 BC-AD 14). It was destroyed by an earthquake in the 4th century and completely restored afterwards. Ephesus- The crown jewel of Ephesus is the theater, which seated 25,000 in ...
Took a 15-TL cab to the top of the Ephesus ruins. Along the way, the driver tried to sell me a stop at the House of the Virgin Mary for an additional 45 TL. He would wait while I toured the house, and then drive me to Ephesus. We had a bit of a back and forth, but I managed to decline by saying I wasn't carrying enough cash. He was good natured about it and didn't ask again. Side note: I don't know why all of the guidebooks and bloggers say people here ...
... needed to skedaddle to our overnight destination, Assos. The sunset was magnificent – a bright pink orbit on the horizon….and then we were driving in the dark. We had been told “Never go out at night in Turkey” but we didn’t have much choice!
We arrived at Hotel Kervansaray in Assos at 8:00 pm – a beautiful little village on the coast, down a steep cobblestone hill. We actually had to drive through an outdoor restaurant ...