- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... while I was there, the shear amount of visitors and respect paid to the various temples and ruins was stirring. I will eventually give more detail about what exactly I saw, and of course, my thoughts on the whole thing, but for now, enjoy some of the photos!***
"One of those flash epiphanies of travel, the ...
... over him.. He must be like WHAT. Next they take an exfoliant pad and scub every inch of our body's. Lady roll over.. The lady cleaning me is the size of a whale, and I think smells similar, (This is about all my woman can say.) Next we are bathed in foam! they take what looks like a mutton bag fill it with air and squeeze the foam onto us... Sloppily slippery skin... We are massaged from head to toe. Finally our body is accepted as clean, so we are ushered out ...
We decided not to stay in Seljuk the town near Ephesus. So we took a beautiful drive up the mountains to this cute tourist destination high up the mountains. This place is full of old Greek Houses. Many are restored into accommodation and we stayed in one Paynsion - very homely and quaint. At about $45 including breakfast it's a good deal; we were tempted to stay in one fantastic luxury one [very tastefully done] - but it was $200 per night. Being the budgeters we are ...
... but I will be gone by then but hopefully just from Turkey!
It had been a strange day. I had been bewildered & enchanted by the countryside, the mountains, the ruins & their history, the quality of the roadside fare and by Bora’s kindness. However, I had been saddened by the tragedy of Bora’s brothers death, and had had the inherent risks of this trip impressed firmly upon me. I am taking a road less travelled, but I will try to be careful traveling it. ...
... from a guy who provided us not only with the dessert but also with an entertaining display of showmanship.
Today has been the pinnacle so far though. We started by visiting Ephesus, a town that had its roots in the Greek Era, was visited by Alexander the Great, and became a major centre for trade during the Roman Era. The ruins are in much better shape than those at Troy and so there's a lot of the city that still ...