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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... weather. Everyone who went into town came back exhausted, hot and hungry, I was cool, relaxed and had a great morning sitting around chatting with the waiter.
So Turkish pied for lunch today and it was tasty, so much of it though so good thing Steve and I shared. Did nothing for the rest of the day until dinner time, which was some kebabs on sticks. Good grub!! Decided to brave the alcohol tonight and had a few bevvies then off to ...
... us straight to the hotel Nicola and I stayed in over 2years ago – Rhys was impressed. We checked into the hotel and then jumped on Rhys' bike to ride to Ephesus.
Ephesus is amazing! The ancient city has been preserved so well and walking down the marble streets is just awesome. The ruin of the Library of Celsus is the most commanding structure and really takes your breath away. We had a great wander through the ruins where I was able to finally ...
... borrowed from television and her softly-spoken and reserved husband.
Several hours wandering through Ephesus passed, and buoyed by a packet of the local supermarket's cheapest biscuits, we walked back to Selšuk. The return route led us along a flat, straight dual carriageway, with reed beds and waterlogged fields on one side of us, and the speeding cars and lorries on the other. Walking along what would have been the silted-up bed of the sea from which ...
... There was an old historical wine cellar next door which we had to visit of course. The wines were mainly fruit wines and a couple of bottles were purchased by the group. Eventually we got our lunch then back down the hill past all the small handicraft and souvenir stalls and off to the jewellery shop.
This was some shop. First we were met by an Australian Turk who introduced us to ...