Hotel Didyma House
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Bodrum is peaceful seaside city in Southern Turkey. All of the houses are stark white, so one is immediately reminded of Greece. Here, these little homes dot the hillsides which descend down to the tranquil shores. Even in winter the water is warm and comfortable. The streets are loaded with tourist shops, exciting looking pubs and clubs (however they were depressingly empty during our stay). We enjoyed our mornings sipping cappuccinos with our feet in the sand; it ...
Visited the ruins of one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, Halicarnassus. It would have been a beautiful ancient city once. Unfortunately the main building, the Mausoleum, was dismantled and the stones stolen to build other cities over the years and the Mausoleum robbed by pirates and others.
The city was famous for the tomb of Mausolus, the origin of the word mausoleum, built around 350 BC. It was part of ...
Another four hour trip on the bus. Most trips seem to take four hours with stops and numerous call ins to other Otogar or bus stations.
Flat countryside for the first three hours through fertile agricultural land full of mandarin trees and other crops.
We passed through lots of small towns, many of them with basic style housing and unmade ...
Selick village on a hill is our first stop of the day a somewhat chilly start, and about an hours coach ride through huge Mandarin orchards. Then we wind deep up in to the heart of the mountains, the air getting fresher and chilly. A fantastic village with narrow winding paths and roads, made of cobblestones and rocks, a heritage site so no new builds traditional houses constructed the same way they have for centuries. ...
A quick visit to this special temple, with statues from as old as the 6th century BCE, some in the British Museum now.
The main feature of this one ruin here is the size and number of its massive columns, just a few less than the world wonder Temple of Artemis at Ephesus, so this is a good example of what that one would have looked like ...