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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The upper part of Ephesus where the tour starts was a district where the rich people lived. The ruins of the villa were much larger in this quarter. The path that leads to Hercules gate and beyond was made from marble slabs so we were warned to tread carefully. I wouldn’t like to walk this route in the rain. It was treacherous enough when it was dry. The Hercules gate: So named because of the association with power. From there the road sloped ...
... in English; fields doing sign language, until I take a deep breath, send an OK signal (diver, universal, everyone understands) ... they think helped me and I think I understand, and follow my way (almost always in the right direction). Well, I was leaving Izmir to Bodrum, had already bought my ticket the day before for two hours in the afternoon. I left the hostel with my two backpacks (largest with 16kg and smallest with 5kg) and in a way that looks like the sun desert of ...
... This means that the rich musical culture of Islam was passed down through an oral tradition for centuries.
... areas it’s less than 2%. Almost 70% of the population is less than 30 years old, waiting for 'old people’ to retire. You can work later if you are a judge, professor, high up doctor, general in the army, all can work up to 65 but otherwise 52. The question had been asked about the cafes, were they only for men because you didn’t see women there, and were all these men unemployed. So no, they were young and retired and men spent their days ...
... one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient world. More ruins........our guide told us about a letter of complaint the company got once where an American client had complained that all she saw was ruins. Lunch was at a traditional Turkish restaurant where they made gormeze - a flat bread wrap filled with different fillings. ...