Hotel First Class
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... the change to benefit the people.
Having said that, I am glad I visited in 1979 when things were more basic and far less touristy. At Ephesus there were about 20 large busses. In 1979 there was only one or 2 tour groups before we arrived and we were the only bus when we left. I remember last time it as raining and they charged extra for a camera, which I did not elect to take. How things have changed.
Our guide advised Turkey had ...
On the vineyard's terrace at breakfast time, Hilli decides to seek out the company of some other guests, a couple from the States. Clearly conversation with Guy is, as usual, rather opaque at this time in the morning. I suppose that if we're brutally honest, this is probably true at many other moments in the day as well! Our plan is to explore Ephesus... and so, not surprisingly, is theirs. Hilli agrees to compare notes at dinner. The Raven arrives at the ...
... at a small dock. A crab/fish boat was tied there, selling blue crabs right off its deck. (It's actually the prevalence of blue crabs that attract the loggerheads to this part of the coast. The blue crabs do quite well in the brackish combination of fresh water and salt water where the river meets the Mediterranean.) We bought several of them to have at lunch which we had in town.
Then it was on to Ephesus, the last stop of ...
The highlight of our walking tour of the ancient city of Ephesus was an “impromptu" performance in the Great Theatre. The opportunity to sing here creates a memory that will never be forgotten.
The Great Theatre is an amphitheatre with a capacity of 25,000. There are 66 rows of seats that are divided into 3 sections, in an arced shape focusing on the stage area. Some of the rows ...
... night, another bed....such a pleasant change from our little van where you hit the sides when you stretch in the morning! Crowded House get extremely good reviews on TripAdvisor, particularly for their half day tours of Gallipoli, tailored to Antipodeans, because 90% of the people taking their tours are Australians or New Zealanders, such is the pull to this place by those living DownUnder, but that deserves a blog of its own, I'm sure.