Hotel First Class
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Library so nothing remains in that form of the history of Ephesus. The coast used to be only about 500 meters from the city, it’s now about 5km but everything got silted up and gradually covered the city. There were roads leading from the port to the city, chariots and horses used to go all the way to the top of the site up the main street but at one point a gate was put across to pedestrianise most of it. There would have been at least 150 ...
Ho Ho Ho and a bottle of rum. Perhaps it will be Appletons. Today we set sail on a pirate ship to cruise along the Turkish shores for some scenery and swimming and just plain having fun. It was awesome! We left port with about 40 others on a cool replica and cruised about 1 hour to a beautiful cove north of Kusadasi where we tied up, and spent time on the beach and swimming ...
... were places of working though social gossip and communicating with others about current affairs, political agendas and matters of importance. You didn’t want to by shy.
Lunch was buffet style and very nice including BBQ Chicken with garlic Tzatziki type sauce, Koftas, and salad.
After lunch we had a walk about Kusadasi and found a small Turkish Café where the internet was brilliant. We had several café lattes and some local beer. Using ...
I think I walked more today than I have all the previous days of this week combined. My legs are tired, but I'm still feeling pretty good and am looking forward to getting out of the city again tomorrow. It was good to stay close today since I was getting a little tired of long bus rides, but the drives tomorrow will be a bit shorter.
I started off the day by taking a taxi to a little town just north of Selcuk called Belevi, which has ...
This morning we had an early start for a big day. We travelled by bus to an ancient amphitheatre in Miletus where Paul preached. They are still excavating the buildings around the site. We then went to the Temple of Artemis at Didema. The magnitude of the building was amazing. We had ...