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After our visit to The House of Mary, we went to the ancient Roman ruins in Ephesus. These ruins once were a thriving city for the Romans in the 2,3, and 4th centuries A.D. The 2,3, and 4th centuries A.D. were this city's most impressive and the location of Ephesus was key in the success of the city. It was also the 3rd largest city of Asia Minor at the time. The ruins have impressive structure even today and feature signature Roman statues, columns and stone streets.
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... 8211; he didn’t photo bomb he just intruded his way into every shot one was trying to take – tried to tell me to get into a photograph I was taking of Giva so he could take our photo (for a price of course) – as if!!!! I was getting ready to thump him when he scurried off, no doubt to print all the photos he had illicitly taken of us all, with them miraculously being displayed next to our bus as we boarded. Needless to say he had no takers. On our ...
... jackets. Liz fell in love with a beautiful red reversible jacket and, despite the salesman hounding both Liz and Ian, she managed to resist temptation! Tonight we stayed at a waterfront hotel in Izmir and enjoyed the scenery during daylight hours and the colourful lights across the harbour at night. The shopping centre immediately behind the hotel beckoned us after dinner, followed by a walk along the sea front, then bed before another early start ...
... to the game that if you win you can't celebrate and if you do your finger has to go back on. That was tough and a few of us got caught out so we re-named the game Humble.
One more happy hour cocktail and I was very tipsy and having the best time with my new friends. Joel, Maxine and I jumped into the pool again and didn't get out til 1am when we then went to bed. In Room G Scott, Joel, Maxine and I stayed up chatting and laughing. I ...
... It is believed that Homer was born here. IZMIR is the third-largest city in Turkey, located in a natural bay, with over 3.35 million inhabitants in its province. Izmir's 3500 years of recorded history shows that it was one of the principal mercantile cities of the Mediterranean Sea. Izmir is the port of entry for many visitors to Ephesus.
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- Pets allowed