Hotel Sirince Evleri
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***This entry will be about my experience in Izmir and the Roman city of Ephesus. The entire place is ridden with history, both of religion and civilization. I think it should be noted, that although I don't claim any specific belief, this place showed me how strong the power of religion can truly be. Although the weather wasn't ...
... We undress and are taken to a sauna to relax, unwind... (Like our day has been stressful) then we are guided into a massive marble room, water basins everywhere with ancient tapwear. We lye on this massive hot stone made of marble in the shape of an octagon, then mid warm water is thrown over us.. Crazy feeling! I'm can't help but giggle, all I can think about is brad, I know he likes to know what is happening and to not no and have some Turkish man ...
... blue water, the colour of the sky on a perfect summers day, holding the water in is large white calcium layers, white, looks like snow our ice.. For my eyes this has been an amazing natural site of colour! The day continues to bubble love.. As we climb on the bus over the mountain to the open of the Mediterranean Sea Bradley passes his earphone over and playing in our wedding song, love in the air!!! I sit in ...
... sea frontage has been silted up by the two rivers that flow here and the coast is now miles from the city walls.
From Troy we lunched and then headed further south to Pergamon, which is an ancient city situated on a high hill. It has Greek and Roman influences (like most archaeological sites around here) and was actually a lot better than I expected. The columns from the temples and squares are well preserved and interesting to see how they piped water around ...
... We read LP the night before and rented an audioguide which filled in the gaps and helped bring the ancient city to life.
Sasha and Dasha, tour guides
At the entrance we could see the bathhouse. It made a lot of sense to get a good wash when entering the city on foot or donkey. The ancient Romans loved their baths. It was surprising to learn that they had running water (cold and hot!) and flushing toilets. Four major streets ...