Potokaki-Pythagorion, Kokkari, Sámos, Northeast Aegean Islands, 83100, Greece | 2 star hotel
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Day 11

A travel blog entry by ditytler


... better known as the book of Ephesians in the bible. Both Paul and Luke visited Ephesians and lore has it that Virgin Mary lived the rest of her life out here. It is hard to imagine that we walked some of the same roads that these important people walked. In addition, current excavations date the area to 6000 BC. I can't begin to understand the history this area contains.

Currently, Ephesus is being ...

This Greek Salad is All Green to Me

A travel blog entry by joe-and-jill


... it was nice to sit outside, relax, and sip on a glass of wine. We shared a Greek salad as an appetizer and when the salad arrived with no feta cheese, no olives, no onions, and no tomatoes, we called the waiter over to tell him that they must have made a mistake. Given that Greeks and Turks are so close geographically and share so much culturally (though they admittedly hate each other), you would think that they know what goes in a Greek salad, right? So it ...

Turkish Delight

A travel blog entry by ospry


... A third cruise ship arrived and Ephesus was crowded. What we saw was mostly the sides of people’s faces and the backs of their heads. Yet we managed to cover most of it. If one were to walk through it without interruption it would probably take less than half an hour. It’s smaller than Petra but no less interesting.

The real excitement occurred that evening. ...

More Turkey?

A travel blog entry by ms.gordon

... is used today for a local spring festival.

Basilica of St. John - Built by the Emperor Justinian over the tomb of St. John the Apostle, the Basilica, now in ruins, once rivaled St. Sophia in size. See the remaining graceful columns and mosaics of the Basilica as you take in the panorama of the rural Selcuk countryside and the ruins of the Temple of Artemis.

House of the Virgin Mary - The Vatican has ...

Our last day in Turkey. We will miss it.

A travel blog entry by mongo202


Day 10-

Hello from Kusadasi, Turkey. We arrived here around 0900 to yet another beautiful port. Kursadasi is one of the most attractive cities on the Aegean Sea, and is actually a resort town. We are going to be doing a Biblical Tour of Ephesus, due to it being another showcase for Aegean archaeology and rich with history.

We started with a tour of Ephesus, and it was a very hot day. This was ...


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