Club Hotel Lion
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... i.e., 'Pigeon Island') - the peninsula at the end of the bay, has a castle and swimming beaches, including a private beach and cafe with a view back across the bay to the harbour of Kuşadası. There are public beaches at the back of the peninsula, towards the open sea. Dilek Peninsula is the Peninsula lying between Kusadasi and Aydin centre. It is in Western (Aegean) coast of Turkey and it has many many rare plant species. ...
... was the 3rd largest library and held up to 12,000 scrolls. The facade is now only standing but with the help of the info book given to us if fills in the missing pieces. Further down the road we enter the townhouses which are currently being restored. There is group of 7 town houses together and we are able to move through by walking on raised glass bridges which allows us to have a great view into each room. We learn about how modern ...
Morning started out as the typical shopping - though they did add an element of a fashion show to it for the leather jackets which seemed to only make me feel like the jackets look so much better on the models! It cost like 800-1000+ usd. Not cheaper indeed although the leather was really thin and light.
After which was shopping for snacks - Turkish delights and apple tea which at least were things that ...
Next stop is the Theater of Ephesus – 24,000 seats – the biggest and best preserved Greco Roman Theater in Asia Minor – 1,800 years old.
... The local souvenirs sellers started to bother us so it was back on the bus and on to the Ephesus Ruins. Ephesus is one of the best preserved classical cities and a great example of Roman architecture. It is dated 11 Century BC, (Doesn't that make your head spin )
The ruins were amazing and we just walked along the paved walkways or should I say marbled street, that were once trodden on by Cleopatra & Mark Antony..get your head around ...